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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 ...
All the events shown in this episode present the character of a popular - festive
comic performance : it is a gay and free play , but it is also full of deep meaning .
Its hero and author is time itself , which uncrowns , covers with ridicule , kills the ...
However , even within bourgeois culture the festive element did not die . It was
merely narrowed down . The feast is a primary , indestructible ingredient of
human civilization ; it may become sterile and even degenerate , but it cannot
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