[Ebook] ↠ Pantagruel : Les horribles et épouvantables faits et prouesses du très renommé Pantagruel Roi des Dipsodes, fils du grand géant Gargantua composés nouvellement par maître Alcofribas Nasier Author François Rabelais – Turboville.co.uk

Pantagruel : Les horribles et épouvantables faits et prouesses du très renommé Pantagruel Roi des Dipsodes, fils du grand géant Gargantua composés nouvellement par maître Alcofribas Nasier Although the language of Rabelais is quite difficult in the original 16th C French, with its strange diction and spelling, this is a fantastic book full of humour and political satire Rabelais narrowly escaped from the Inquisition with this book that was considered obscene at the time and perhaps even now his anal and scatological obsessions would make some blush , but it is funny and bigger than life I have not read its companion volume, Gargantua, as I was told it M me avec la traduction en fran ais contemporain, ce bouquin reste ambigu surtout avec les exag rations trop farfelu mon go t. Gargantua dan nce yaz lmas na ra men hikaye olarak onun devam niteli indeki Fran ois Rebelais nin Pantagruel i ayn Gargantua gibi alt metninde derin din ve devlet adam ele tirisi bar nd ran kendina has diliyle t r nde tek bir eser Gargantua kadar olgun olmasa da en az onun kadar g l metaforik elerle kendine hayran b rakan eserin bir nevi Gargantua ya haz rl k niteli i ta d s yleyenebilir R nesans n ilk yazarlar ndan biri olan Rebelais nin Homeros tan Virgil e kadar t m edebi eserlere de inerek bilgisiyle adeta ov yapt eserin t m n bir ta lama olarak kabul etmek m mk n Zaten yazar n final notu da bunu zetler nitelikte zerinde d n lmesi gereken olduk a e lenceli ve zg n bir eser Yukar da da dedi im gibi Gargantua yla beraber t r n In 1980, the comic strip of Dino Battaglia appeared in Italy after the work of Rabelais.The author is accustomed adaptations of literary works.2001 will see the publication in French of the drawings accompanied by the arranged text see for this purpose the explanatory forewords of the genesis of the work and the posthumous adaptation What great gullet you have baptized Grandgousier at the birth of his son Gargantua.The first part of the collection tells us about childhood, adolescence and maturity of the giant hero.His education sponsored by the humanist Ponocrates, his departure for Paris the episode of Notre Dame is edifying , his many learnings where we see here the pedagogy advocated by Rabelais in addition to studies, lessons of things , lessons of life in opposition with the rigorous teaching, ex cathedra of Sorbonnards.Gargantua returns to the country when the picrocholine war breaks out, one perceives in the father as in the son a reflection different from the obscurantism of the attackers.Also appears the famous Brother Jean of Entommeures, monk of action in a century blinded by a dominant and domineering religion.The Middle Ages ends, the sixteenth century is announced references to medicine Rabelais was a doctor , geographical discoveries, good food famine the outline of the humanist spirit.It is particularly seen in the second part devoted to Pantagruel, son of the previous one.Wars, travels, meetings and quest are the path of the heir of Gra 1.5Yes, I m a prude and I do not like sex related books But I can stand them if there s something beyond that This book makes disagreeable jokes misogynist, vulgar, incoherent, excrement related and I don t get why is that necessary I mean, it s okay to break taboos, you do can tell me about your excrement once, maybe twice, but not the fucking entire book I really don t need to know about your shit literally , or how you annoy wo This is very hard to rate, because Pantagruel is one of those classics that can t really hold its own today if you re not very much into medieval French literature and history, and have an archaic French vocabulary to match your modern one A modern French vocabulary isn t really sufficient here, and to actually get something out of Pantagruel, I think most people need a commented version Unfortunately, I couldn t fine one, and I m not really sure I can say I ve actually read this book now Some scenes are easy enough to get, but quite a lot of the materia I don t think I ve ever read anything quite as unique as Francois Rabelais Pantagruel If it had been produced for television, I might describe it as a combination between Ren and Stimpy and Monty Python s Flying Circus In the story, Pantagruel is a giant of mythic proportions and he takes part in a series of adventures both lewd and surreal In one chapter, he is described as giving off a fart that spawns the race of pygmies, while in another he drowns an entire legion of troops with his urine.Unfortunately, the prose was a bit awkward for my taste The problem with word based humor is that it tends not to translate very well to other languages Actually, to call Rabelais humor word based would be a dramatic understatement, as his inventive prose is credited with introducing hundreds of words to the French language, many borrowed or adapted from Latin, Greek Beuvez toujours ne mourrez jamais . Read in French Very exuberant, not quite readable I m afraid I liked Gargantua.


About the Author: François Rabelais

Fran ois Rabelais was a major French Renaissance writer, doctor and Renaissance humanist He has historically been regarded as a writer of fantasy, satire, the grotesque, and both bawdy jokes and songs Rabelais is considered one of the great writers of world literature and among the creators of modern European writing.


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