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tention , exercise a strong influence on the entire contents of speech , transferring
it to another sphere beyond the limits of conventional language . Such speech
forms , liberated from norms , hierarchies , and prohibitions of established idiom ...
These peculiar traits of Rabelaisian language were already contained in the
popular speech of the marketplace , toward which Rabelais ' style was oriented .
This style is characterized by the absence of neutral words and expressions .
17 Today these spheres of unpublicized speech have almost lost their original
meaning , have broken with folk culture and have become in most cases obsolete
vestiges of the past . But in the days of Rabelais the role of the unpublicized ...
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ONE Rabelais in the History of Laughter
Two The Language of the Marketplace in Rabelais
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