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We shall discuss this story at the end of the chapter . All the scenes of thrashing
in Rabelais ' novel bear , as we have said , a similar character . They are all
profoundly ambivalent ; everything in them is done with laughter and for laughter '
In Rabelais ' novel there are many expressions that can be traced back to this
origin : la grande diablerie à quatre personnages ( Book 1 , Chapter 4 ) ; faire d '
un diable deux ( Book 2 , Chapter 1 ) ; crioit comme tous les diables ( Book 1 ...
Chapter 33 tells about Pantagruel ' s sickness and recovery . He had stomach
trouble , and during his sickness his abundant urine formed hot springs , of
therapeutic value , in various parts of France and Italy . Here , once more ,
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