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Гаргантюа и Пантагрюел I 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 wasof the same but p 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 wasof the same but perhaps I ll get around to it one day Ha valaki ma olvassa a Pantagruelt az biztosan megbotr nkozik rajta, f lbehagyja, azt mondja r , hogy semmi rtelme Nem hib ztatom Ezekr l nem tehet, sokkal ink bb a kor aki elfelejtett nevetni Sokkal ink bb der lni s nem r h gni s legf k pp saj t mag n.A legcsod latosabb az eg sz k nyvben az, hogy a l tsz lag nc l obszcenit s alatt sokszor nagyon m ly t rsadalomkritika b jik meg Rabelais nem hagy senkit ki bel le, szinte az eg sz francia s azon t li t rsadalmat kig nyolja teszem ho Ha valaki ma olvassa a Pantagruelt az biztosan megbotr nkozik rajta, f lbehagyja, azt mondja r , hogy semmi rtelme Nem hib ztatom Ezekr l nem tehet, sokkal ink bb a kor aki elfelejtett nevetni Sokkal ink bb der lni s nem r h gni s legf k pp saj t mag n.A legcsod latosabb az eg sz k nyvben az, hogy a l tsz lag nc l obszcenit s alatt sokszor nagyon m ly t rsadalomkritika b jik meg Rabelais nem hagy senkit ki bel le, szinte az eg sz francia s azon t li t rsadalmat kig nyolja teszem hozz , jogosan Teol gusokat ppen gy, mint kurtiz nokat Tal n az rt mert mindenki sz m t s hajh sz a f szerepl k n k v l s m g a rabl gyilkos is h v bb a p p n l Hamvas azt rja, hogy a bolond az rt vigyorog, mert l tja, hogy nem l tezik az a bizonyos tr nus, ami rt mindenki a s rig tapossa a m sikatMicsoda hallatlan mulats g l tni a lohol kat, amint nyelv k kil g s t lekednek s egym st taposs k, az rul kat s az orgyilkosokat s akik csontjukig s rg k az irigys gt l s forrnak a bossz t l, pokoli mulats g az eg sz gynevezett t rt net, eszeveszett s bomlott rj ng s vel a tr nus rt, vagyis a hatalom rtEzt rezni a Pantagruelen k vannak Esznek s isznak s hisznek de szentig a t bbi pedig csin ljon amit akar, s t ha kell m g mi is seg t nk nekik abban ami rt elvesztegetik az let ket De ez a lev s a legt bb amit az ember tehet Ez maga az aranykori llapot.Val sz n leg ma m r nem lehetne rni egy ilyen j szat r t mint a Pantagruel Na nem az rt mert az emberek megs rt dn nek, hanem mi vagyunk korl toltak s mi s rt d nk meg, saj t magunkon s nem vessz k szre, hogy Arisztophan sz s Rabelais pedig ott vil g tanak a s t tben a k nyvt rak polcain 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 ed 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 nde tek.26.01.2015 stanbul, T rkiyeAlp Turguthttp www.filmdoktoru.com kitap labo Vaya librito que es este.Puedes o no ser fan de la s tira, puede o no gustarte el humor negro y hasta de mal gusto, pero todo eso se queda a un lado cuando lees Pantagruel Por supuesto que es un libro grotesco en su sentido c mico, pero es de entender que todo son alegor as y met foras, referencias a todo lo que el autor odiaba y criticaba de los oscuros tiempos pasados, cosa que logra perfectamente al asimilar al hombre medieval con los gigantes y su c rculo ntimo.Rabelais da una clase magist Vaya librito que es este.Puedes o no ser fan de la s tira, puede o no gustarte el humor negro y hasta de mal gusto, pero todo eso se queda a un lado cuando lees Pantagruel Por supuesto que es un libro grotesco en su sentido c mico, pero es de entender que todo son alegor as y met foras, referencias a todo lo que el autor odiaba y criticaba de los oscuros tiempos pasados, cosa que logra perfectamente al asimilar al hombre medieval con los gigantes y su c rculo ntimo.Rabelais da una clase magistral sobre como desacreditar siglos de pensamiento en pocas p ginas, sin elaboraciones con mil demonios de dificultad, ni artima as ret ricas rebuscadas, lo hace con la m s simple de las comedias Les dejo una frase que creo, engloba el mensaje general de la obra En todo grupo hay m s locos que sabios, y la parte m s grande supera siempre a la mejor Wacky, fragmentary episodic mish mash of fantasy humour nonsense involving violence sex farting etc amazing, but incoherent uneven. 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 an 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 Grandgousier and Gargantua.We meet Panurge whose name is always quotedThroughout this book wager, we find excerpts from the original text in modernized French and the popular rabelaisian truculence that can still disturb the cold minds.The drawings of the Italian master of the ninth art, Dino Battaglia, with the coloring of Laure, his companion, are a delight.Perfectly adapted to the story, they break the habits of the comics, go beyond the traditional frameworks and we restore the gigantism of the heroes, the wars, the movements and the noises.Laughs and reflections are at the rendezvous and in the text and in the illustration Les livres de Rabelais permettent toujours deux lectures diff rentes une lecture s rieuse et une lecture qui l est moins Sous l impression de grossi ret Rabelais cache une grande sensibilit que je ne retrouve pas chez d autres auteurs Je le trouve d une intelligence grandiose parce qu il arrive parodier extr mement bien de nombreux ouvrages importants de la litt rature et de l histoire, entre autres les grandes gestes et les uvres antiques Ses crits sont bourr s d intertextualit , ce Les livres de Rabelais permettent toujours deux lectures diff rentes une lecture s rieuse et une lecture qui l est moins Sous l impression de grossi ret Rabelais cache une grande sensibilit que je ne retrouve pas chez d autres auteurs Je le trouve d une intelligence grandiose parce qu il arrive parodier extr mement bien de nombreux ouvrages importants de la litt rature et de l histoire, entre autres les grandes gestes et les uvres antiques Ses crits sont bourr s d intertextualit , ce sont de v ritables mines d or On peut creuser les textes chaque fois plus et toujours trouver de nouvelles r f rences Certains passages de Pantagruel m ont fait rire toute seule dans le bus et le format, tout comme c est le cas avec Gargantua, est tr s divertissant L histoire prend la forme d pisodes divers sc nes de banquet, p riple travers les villes de France, rencontres fortuites avec des personnages excentriques, croisades et chevalerie, histoires d amour et d amiti , le tout ponctu de digressions sur le sens des choses et de la vie Rien ne manque cet ouvrage qui s est impos dans l histoire litt raire comme pr curseur du roman moderne Sous couvert d humour et d absurdit , Rabelais nous livre des id aux humanistes qu on aurait tout int r t s rieusement reconsid rer aujourd hui M me avec la traduction en fran ais contemporain, ce bouquin reste ambigu surtout avec les exag rations trop farfelu mon go t. Popular EPub, I Author Fran Ois Rabelais This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book I, Essay By Fran Ois Rabelais Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You 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 S 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 material is a bit obscure when you lack the cultural context And like, don t really get what the funny part is supposed to be for a macabre, medieval audience So I ll read a book about Rabelais and his writings instead, and re read this one day with the help of some experts


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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