People/Characters: François Rabelais

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The Astronomer by Lawrence Goldstone
The design of Rabelais's Pantagruel by Edwin M. Duval
Do what you will; a history of anti-morality by Geoffrey Ashe
Doctor Rabelais by D. B. Wyndham-Lewis
Doubt: A History: The Great Doubters and Their Legacy of Innovation from Socrates and Jesus to Thomas Jefferson and Emily Dickinson by Jennifer Michael Hecht
European Writers: The Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Vol. 1, Prudentius to Medieval Drama by William T. H. Jackson
Famous Utopias of the Renaissance by Frederic R. White
Francis Rabelais: The Man and His Work by Albert Jay Nock
Francois Rabelais: A study by Donald Murdoch Frame
Francois Rabelais: Man of the Renaissance by Samuel Putnam
François Rabelais by Arthur Augustus Tilley
Immortal Last Words: History's Most Memorable Dying Remarks, Deathbed Statements and Final Farewells by Terry Breverton
A journey into Rabelais's France by Albert Jay Nock
The Laughing Philosopher. Being a life of Fran¸ois Rabelais. With plates including a portrait by M. P. Willcocks
The life of François Rabelais by Jean Plattard
The Portable Rabelais by François Rabelais
The Problem of Unbelief in the 16th Century: The Religion of Rabelais by Lucien Febvre
Rabelais by Sébastien Lapaque
Rabelais by Anatole France
Rabelais by M. A. Screech
Rabelais by John Cowper Powys
Rabelais : Rire est le propre de l'homme by Jean-Yves Pouilloux
Rabelais and Franciscans by A. J. Krailsheimer
Rabelais and His World by Mikhail Bakhtin
Rabelais dedans Touraine : à l'usaige & profict des pèlerins de la Devinière by Henri Dontenville
Rabelais, a study in comic courage by Thomas M. Greene
The Rabelaisian Marriage: Aspects of Rabelais's Religion, Ethics and Comic Philosophy by M. A. Screech
Wine and the Will: Rabelai's Bacchic Christianity by Florence M. Weinberg
Women and Men of the French Renaissance by Edith Sichel

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François Rabelais (c. 1494-1553) was a French writer and satirist. His name became synonymous with bawdy, coarse humor and appetites.

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