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If mentioned at all , it is either listed among the vulgar comic genres or interpreted
as a peculiar form of satire , directed against isolated , purely negative objects .
Because of such interpretation the deep and universal nature of grotesque ...
His double - edged interpretation of Rabelais continued valid during the period
that followed . Popular laughter , the material bodily lower stratum , extreme
grotesque exaggeration and clowning , the comic folk elements all these he
rejected in ...
this author ' s attempt , and even in our days comments and interpretations in this
field followed a completely different line ... the historic - allegorical
interpretationan interpretation which was to prevail for almost three centuries of
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ONE Rabelais in the History of Laughter
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