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The tradition of popular - festive theme and images can be found in a somewhat
different aspect in the works of the libertine poets : Saint - Amant , Théophile Viau
, d ' Assouci . These works preserve the philosophical meaning of the images ...
This interpretation is not Rabelais ' abstract conception ; it is , so to speak ,
immanent in the traditional popular - festive system of images which he inherited .
He did not create this system , but it rose in him to a higher level of historical ...
Further , as in all popular - festive forms of that type , the utopian element has a
gay character ( the cuffing is light , playful ) . Finally , and this is important , this
utopia is enacted without footlights ; it is presented within life itself . True , the
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ONE Rabelais in the History of Laughter
TWO The Language of the Marketplace in Rabelais
THREE PopularFestive Forms and Images in Rabelais
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