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This description was published in Paris and Lyon under the title of “ The
Sciamachy and Festival Offered in Rome in the Palace of His Eminence
Monsignor du Bellay . " In the first part of this festival , performed in a piazza , a
battle was fought ...
Their influence is found in certain of the epithets in the novel that reveal a
culinary origin and are borrowed from the vocabulary praising the foods and
wines offered for sale . Under Rabelais ' pen the names of dishes , venison ,
The authors offer these three aspects concurrently , and it is difficult to say where
praise ends and where ... In some of the manuscripts the story is offered as a "
gay sermon , ” and in the fifteenth century it was even given the form of a "
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ONE Rabelais in the History of Laughter
TWO The Language of the Marketplace in Rabelais
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