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We said that the popular genres penetrated the literary sphere of that time , and
we have seen this exemplified in the prologues . We shall now deal with certain
genres of this category individually . Let us first look at the simplest genre but one
Prophetic riddles were so popular at the time of Rabelais that Thomas Sebillet
devoted to this genre a special section of his “ Poetics ” ( Chapter 11 , De l '
Enigme ) . 22 Riddles are extremely characteristic of the artistic and ideological ...
The expression coq - à - l ' âne had been established after Clément Marot wrote
his first poem in that genre , entitled Epitre du coq - àl ' âne , dédiée à Lyon Jamet
. 18 This piece contains no unity of composition nor logical consistency in the ...
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