Novel Gargantua Rabelais (1534)

Pantagruel et Gargantua de Rabelais

Book full of Pantagruelism according to the edition of François Juste of 1542, or more simply Gargantua, is the second novel of François Rabelais written in 1534

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Pantagruel et Gargantua de Rabelais

Gargantua and Pantagruel

Parodying everyone from classic authors to his own contemporaries, the dazzling and exuberant stories of Rabelais expose human follies with mischievous and often obscene humor. Gargantua depicts a young giant who becomes a cultured Christian knight. Pantagruel portrays Gargantua’s bookish son who becomes a Renaissance Socrates, divinely guided by wisdom and by his idiotic, self-loving companion, Panurge.

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