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The classic example of such pairs is Don Quixote and Sancho , but similar
images are still seen today in circus sideshows and other comic productions .
The dialogue of these pairs is of considerable interest , since it marks the as yet ...
The vernacular names of genitals acquire a similar character . In Rabelais '
medical nomenclatures there are many such names , not sufficiently generalized
and polished to become neutral expressions of literary or scientific terminology .
The etymology of Pantagruel has a similar connotation , the “ ever - thirsting , "
disclosing the traditional ambivalent image . The absence of roots in the national
language mollifies the ambivalence of this name . 5 Thus the names transmitted
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ONE Rabelais in the History of Laughter
TWO The Language of the Marketplace in Rabelais
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