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Etudes rabelaisiennes

T. XLV, "Difficile est saturam non scribere" : L'Herméneutique de la satire rabelaisienne

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The concept of varietas – the blend of classical, medieval, and contemporary sources in Renaissance satires – can add to our understanding of the four authentic books of Rabelais's Pantagrueline Chronicles. The first two books are characterized by farce – popular and straightforward satire; while a more subtle and ambiguous form of satire is to be found in the Tiers and Quart Livres. They all illustrate the assimilation and 'creative imitation’ of literary models so characteristic of Renaissance texts.


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Etudes rabelaisiennes

Etudes rabelaisiennes

The concept of varietas – the blend of classical, medieval, and contemporary sources in Renaissance satires – can add to our understanding of the four authentic books of Rabelais's Pantagrueline Chronicles. The first two books are characterized by...

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Title Etudes rabelaisiennes
Subtitle T. XLV, "Difficile est saturam non scribere" : L'Herméneutique de la satire rabelaisienne
Edition First Edition
Volume 427
By (author) Bernd RENNER
ISSN 0082-6081
Issue 427
Language Français
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 05/1/2007
 
Format Hardback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-01110-5
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600011105
Reference no. 3-427
Publication Date 05/1/2007
Nb of pages 0 - 384
Dimensions 17.5 x 25 cm
Weight 1100 gr
 
Format PDF
ISBN-13 978-2-600-11110-2
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600111102
Reference no. 3-427-pdf
Publication Date
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Format Hardback + PDF
ISBN-13 978-2-600-21110-9
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600211109
Reference no. 3-427-lot
Publication Date
Nb of pages 00
Dimensions 17.5 x 25 cm
Weight 1100 gr
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