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Francois Rabelais (1490 - 1553?)

Nationality: French
Born: French
Periods: French: 1500-1600

Satirist, monk, physician, and thinker of 16th century France, and author of Gargantua and Patagruel.

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Gargantua

Le Quart Livre

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Criticism about Francois Rabelais

Grotesque Realism and the Novel: Notes from Mikhail Bakhtin's Rabelais and His World
http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/english/English104W-15/bakhtin2.htm
Excerpt from Bakhtin's work, which discusses some aspects of Rabelais' work.
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Author: Mikhail Bakhtin
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