François Rabelais: Critical Assessments
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995 - 227 էջ
In Francois Rabelais: Critical Assessments, Jean-Claude Carron brings together a distinguished group of senior scholars who have found themselves at the center of an ongoing debate about historical contextualization and interpretive strategies. Chapters explore such issues as the "design" and composition of the text, Rabelais as humanist, his antifeminism, his religious "position" as revealed by biblical or evangelical references, and particular aspects of low early-modern culture. A chapter on Rabelais and Erasmus draws essential differences between the two "giants of European humanism." "This is a book which will appeal particularly to specialists of Renaissance French literature but also to scholars of other European Renaissance literatures... First-rate literary criticism."--Lance K. Donaldson-Evans, University of Pennsylvania. Contributors: Jean-Claude Carron, Richard Regosin, Ramond La Charite, Gerard Defaux, Terence Cave, Michel Jeanneret, Carla Freccero, Francois Rigolot, Thomas Greene, Edwin Duval, Richard Regosin, Jean-Claude Margolin, Marc Bensimon, Michael J. B. Allen.
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Gérard Defaux Rabelaiss Realism Again
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