Literature of antiquity and the Middle Ages - Summary 2019 year

Francois Rabelais (1494-1553)

Gargantua et Pantagruel - Roman (book 1-4, 153Z-1552, book 5, published 1564, full authorship of the book is controversial)

The story of the pre-eminent life of the great Gargantua, the father of Pantagruel, once composed by the master Alcofribas Nazier, the extractor of the quintessence. The book full of pantagruelism.

By appealing to the preposterous drunkards and worthy veneers, the author invites them to have fun and have fun while reading his book and asks him not to forget to drink him.
Father Gargantua was called Granuguzee, this giant was a great joker, always drank to the bottom and liked to bite salenenky. He married Gargamell, and she, having carried the child in the womb for 11 months, was hanging on a holiday of despondency and gave birth to a hero son who left her through the left ear. There is nothing surprising in this when it comes to remembering that Bacchus came out of the thigh of Jupiter, and Castor and Pollux are from an egg that was demolished and hanged by Leda. The infant immediately screamed: "Varnish! Grow it!"- to which the Granugzee exclaimed: "Well, she's also a hefty one!" ("Kee grand ay!") - having in mind the throat, and everyone decided that once it was the first word of the father at the birth of his son, then He must also be called Gargantua. They were given to the infant, and they were baptized in a good Christian tradition. The child was very intelligent and, when he was six years old, already knew that the best tune in the world was a furry gourd. The boys began to teach literacy. His mentors were Tubal Holofern, then Durako Prostofil, and then Ponocrat. Continuing education, Gargantua went to Paris, where he met the bells of the Cathedral of Our Lady; he carried them to his place to hang his mare at the neck, and he managed to persuade him to return them to his place. The Ponocrat took care that Gargantua would not waste his time in vain and was engaged with him even when Gargantua washed away, went to a retired place and ate. One day, Lernian bakers brought cakes to the city. The shepherds of Gargantua were asked to sell some of the cakes to them, but they did not want the bakers, then the shepherds took their cakes out of their power. The bakeries complained to their king, Picrochol, and the Pikhorolite army attacked the shepherds. Granuguse tried to deal with the world, but unsuccessfully, so he called for the help of Gargantua. On the way home, Gargantua and his friends destroyed the enemy castle on the banks of the Veda River, and the rest of the Gargantua's path was brushing off the Pikhorol guns from the hair of the nucleus, defending the castle. Granuguse tried to deal with the world, but unsuccessfully, so he called for the help of Gargantua. On the way home, Gargantua and his friends destroyed the enemy castle on the banks of the Veda River, and the rest of the Gargantua's path was brushing off the Pikhorol guns from the hair of the nucleus, defending the castle. Granuguse tried to deal with the world, but unsuccessfully, so he called for the help of Gargantua. On the way home, Gargantua and his friends destroyed the enemy castle on the banks of the Veda River, and the rest of the Gargantua's path was brushing off the Pikhorol guns from the hair of the nucleus, defending the castle.
When Gargantua arrived at the father's castle, a feast was held in his honor. The Chefs of the Oblast, the Wonder and the Obsosi showed their art, and the treat was so delicious that Gargantua, along with the salad, indiscriminately swallowed six pilgrims - fortunately they were stuck in his mouth, and he tossed them with a toothpick. Granuguse spoke about his war with Picrochol and praised his brother Jean Zubodrobilera, a monk who won a victory in defending the monastery vineyard. Brother Jean turned out to be a funny companion, and Gargantua immediately made friends with him. Valiant warriors were hunted. In the forest, they stumbled upon the exploration of Picrochol under the command of Count Ulepeta. Brother Jean defamed it and freed pilgrims, whom the intelligence had managed to capture. Brother Jean captured the warlord of the Pichroholov army of Fanfaron, but Grangezier let him go, returning to Picrochol, Fanfaron began to bow the king to the world with Granguze, whom he now considered the most honest man in the world, and killed the Bedokur sword, calling him a traitor. For this, Pikrohol told his archers to break the fanfaron in pieces. Then Gargantua besieged Picrocholla in La Roche-Clermont and broke his army. The Pichrooch himself managed to escape, and on the way, the old witch reminded him that he would become king again when the cancer whistled. They say that now he lives in Lyon and asks everyone whether to hear that somewhere a cancer has whispered - apparently, everyone hopes to return his kingdom. Gargantua was merciful with the defeated and generously thanked allies. For the brother of Jean, he built the Telem Abbey, which is not similar to any other. There were admitted men and women - preferably young and beautiful. Brother Jean abandoned the vow of chastity, poverty and obedience, and proclaimed, that everyone has the right to combine marriage, to be rich and to enjoy full freedom. The rule of telemites consisted of the only rule: do what you want.
Pantagruel, the king of diposodes, shown in his proper form, with all his terrible deeds and exploits, the composition of the late Master Alcofribas, the quintessential extractor
At the age of five hundred and twenty-four, Gargantua had a son with his wife, Badbek, the daughter of King UTOPIY. The child was so huge that his mother died in childbirth. He appeared to the world during the great drought, so he got the name Pantagruel (the "panta" in Greek means "everything", and "grule" in the language of the hagarians means "thirsty"). Gargantua was very sorrowful about the death of his wife, but then he decided: "We must cry and drink more!" He began to raise his son, who was so strong, that while still lying in a crib he tore the bear over pieces. When the boy grew up, his father sent him to study. On his way to Paris, Pantagruel met a limousine who spoke on such a mixture of scholarly Latin with French that it was impossible to understand a word. However, when the angry Pantagruel grabbed his throat, the limousine screamed in fear in ordinary French, and then Pantagruel let him go. Arriving in Paris, Pantagruel decided to supplement his education and began to read books from the St. Victor's library, such as "Clicking the parish priests on each other's nose," "A permanent almanac for gouters and Venerees," etc. One day, Pantagruel met during a walk grown man, beaten up to bruises. Pantagruel inquired about the adventures of a stranger to such a detrimental state, but he answered all the questions in different languages, and Pantagruel could not understand anything. Only when the stranger finally spoke in French, Pantagruel realized that his name was Panurg and he came from Turkey, where he was captured. Pantagruel invited Panurga to visit and offered his friendship. Pantagruel decided to complete his education and began to read books from the St. Victor's library, such as "Clicking the parish priests on each other's nose," "The Constant Almanac for Gouters and Venerees," etc. One day, Pantagruel met during the walk of a grown man beaten up to bruises Pantagruel inquired about the adventures of a stranger to such a detrimental state, but he answered all the questions in different languages, and Pantagruel could not understand anything. Only when the stranger finally spoke in French, Pantagruel realized that his name was Panurg and he came from Turkey, where he was captured. Pantagruel invited Panurga to visit and offered his friendship. Pantagruel decided to complete his education and began to read books from the St. Victor's library, such as "Clicking the parish priests on each other's nose," "The Constant Almanac for Gouters and Venerees," etc. One day, Pantagruel met during the walk of a grown man beaten up to bruises Pantagruel inquired about the adventures of a stranger to such a detrimental state, but he answered all the questions in different languages, and Pantagruel could not understand anything. Only when the stranger finally spoke in French, Pantagruel realized that his name was Panurg and he came from Turkey, where he was captured. Pantagruel invited Panurga to visit and offered his friendship. One day Pantagruel met during the walk of a large man beaten up to bruises. Pantagruel inquired about the adventures of a stranger to such a detrimental state, but he answered all the questions in different languages, and Pantagruel could not understand anything. Only when the stranger finally spoke in French, Pantagruel realized that his name was Panurg and he came from Turkey, where he was captured. Pantagruel invited Panurga to visit and offered his friendship. One day Pantagruel met during the walk of a large man beaten up to bruises. Pantagruel inquired about the adventures of a stranger to such a detrimental state, but he answered all the questions in different languages, and Pantagruel could not understand anything. Only when the stranger finally spoke in French, Pantagruel realized that his name was Panurg and he came from Turkey, where he was captured. Pantagruel invited Panurga to visit and offered his friendship.
At that time there was a lawsuit between Lizizad and Peyvino, the case was so dark that the court "was just as free to understand it as in the ancient Hellenic language." It was decided to seek help from Pantagruel, who became famous in public disputes. He ordered the destruction of all the papers in the first instance and forced the complainants to state the essence of the matter verbally. After listening to their meaningless speeches, he gave a fair verdict: the defendant must "deliver hay and patches to the object of plugging the larynx slices, perverse oysters, missed through the sieve on the wheels." Everyone was delighted with his wise decision, including both healing parties, which is extremely rare. Panung told Pantagruel how he was captured by the Turks. The Turks planted him on a spit, stuffed with fat like a rabbit, and began to fry, but the fryer fell asleep, and Panurg, having taken it, threw a firebrand from the fire into it. The fire started burning the whole city, and Panurge happily escaped and even escaped from the dogs, throwing them pieces of lard, which was bathed.
The great English scientist Taumast arrived in Paris to see Pantagruel and test his scholarship. He suggested that the debate be done in Rome as Pico della Mirandola, silently, with signs. Pantagruel agreed and prepared for a dispute all night, reading Bedou, Prokl, Plotinus and other authors, but Panurge, seeing his excitement, suggested replacing him on the panel. Having presented himself as a pupil of Pantagruel, Panurge responded to the Englishman so badly - he took out a bullish ribs from the gulph, then an orange, whistled, puffed, knocked his teeth, raised his hands with different forters, that easily overcame Taumast, who said that the glory of Pantagruel was insufficient, for it did not correspond and a thousandth share of what is really. Upon receiving the news that Gargantua was taken to the fairies country, and that, having spent that,
Together with his friends, he destroyed six hundred and sixty enemy knights, flooded his enemy's camp with his urine, and then defeated the giants under the leadership of Vrdalak. In this battle, the mentor of Pantagruel Epistemon died, but Panurg sewed his head to the place and revived. The epistemon said that he was in hell, saw the devil, talked with Lucifer and had a good lunch. He saw Semiramid, who caught the lynx from the vagabonds, the Pope Siksta, who was treating a bad illness, and many others: all who in this light were important gentlemen, lurk a miserable and humiliating existence on that, and vice versa. Epistemon regretted that Panurge quickly returned him to life, he wanted to stay longer in hell. Pantagruel entered the capital of Amavrolets, married their King Anarch on an old whore and made him a seller of green sauce. When Pantagruel with his army stepped into the land of the Dipsozd, the dipsoids rejoiced and rushed to surrender. Almydroids were just strained, and Pantagruel was prepared for the offensive, but then it rained, his warriors trembled from the cold, and Pantagruel covered his army with a tongue to protect it from the rain. The narrator of these truthful stories sheltered under a large burdock, and from there he walked in tongue and grabbed Pantagruel straight into his mouth, where he spent more than half a year, and when he left, he told Pantagruel that he had eaten and drank the same time as he, "charging the duty of the most delicate pieces passing through his throat."
The third book of heroic deeds and speeches of the good Pantagruel, composed by the Minister François Rabelais, Doctor of Medicine
Condemning Dipsodia, Pantagruel moved the Utopian colony there to revive, decorate and inhabit this land, and also to instill a sense of duty and a habit of obedience to the diposdom. He gave Panbura the castle of Ragu, giving at least 6789106789 reels of annual income, and often more, but Panurge spent two weeks spending all his revenues for three years in advance, and not on any trifles, but solely on drunkards and feasts. He promised Pantagruel to pay all his debts to the Greek Calendars (that is, never), for life without debt is not life. Who, as a lender, day and night prays for the health and longevity of the debtor. Panurg began to think about marriage and asked Pantagruel's advice. Pantagruel agreed with all his arguments: both with those who married, and with those who opposed, so the question remained open. They decided to reign over Vergilia and, having opened the book at random, read that it's written there, but interpreted the quotation completely differently. The same thing happened when Panurg told his dream. According to Pantagruel, Panurga's dream, like Virgil, made him be horny, beaten and ragged, Panurg also saw in him the prediction of a happy family life. Panurge turned to the Panzuian sivil, but they also understood the prophecy of Sivilla in different ways. An elderly poet, Kotanmordan, married to Syphilitis, wrote a poem full of contradictions: "Get married, do not marry, do not go in for marriage. / <...> Do not rush, but hurry up. / Begi has run slowly, slowed down the pitch. "Neither Epastemon, nor the learned husband of Tripp, nor his brother Jean Zubodrobiler could solve Panurg's doubts, Pantagruel called for the council of the theologian, the physician, the judge and the philosopher. The theologian and the physician advised Panurg to marry, if he so desires, and as for the horns of the theologian, he said that this would be like God, and the doctor - that horn is a natural addition to the marriage. The philosopher, on the question of marrying Panurga or not, replied: "Both of these things," and when Panung asked him: "Neither is it another". To all questions, he gave such evasive responses that in the end Panurge exclaimed: "I step down ... I'm fortunate ... I give up. He is elusive. " Pantagruel went for Judge Bridua, and his friend Karpalim - by the joke of the Tribune. Bridua at that time was under trial. He was charged that he had issued an unfair sentence with the help of dice. Bridua, generously waking his speech with Latin quotations, was justified by the fact that he is already old and poorly sees the dropped number of points. Pantagruel spoke in defense of him, and the court under the chairmanship of Suesslova justified Bridua. The mysterious phrase of the shoots Tribune Pantagruel and Panurge, as usual, understood differently, but Panurge drew attention to the fact that the joke had put him in an empty bottle, and offered to make a journey to the oracle of the Divine Bottles. Pantagruel, Panurge and their friends set up a flotilla, loaded ships with a fair amount of miraculous grass, pantagruelion and prepared to sail.
The book Fourth
Ships went to sea. On the fifth day they met a ship sailing from the Lantern. There were French on board, and Panurge cheered up with a merchant nicknamed "Injushonok". In order to learn the merchant's murderer, Panurge bought from the herd a choice of sheep for three turkish livras; choosing a leader, Panurg threw him overboard. All sheep began to jump into the sea following the leader, the merchant tried to prevent them, and as a result one of the rams drew him into the water and the merchant drowned. In the Procuratorium - on the ground of prosecutors and jacquards - travelers were not offered to eat or drink. The inhabitants of this country extracted money for food in a strange way: they insulted some nobleman until he got out of patience and did not spoil them - then they demanded from him a bunch of money under the fear of imprisonment.
Brother Jean asked who wants to get twenty golden eyebes to beat him devilly. From those who did not have a retreat, and the one who was fortunate enough to receive an insult from his brother Jean, became the subject of universal envy. After a heavy storm and visiting the island of macreons, the Pantagruel's ships passed past the Jaltic Island, where Postnik reigned, and sailed to the island of Wild, inhabited by the sworn enemies of the Litter - fat Sausages. Sausages, who took Pantagruel and his friends for the warriors of Postnik, arranged them ambush. Pantagruel prepared for the battle and appointed to command the battle of Colbaseros and Sosiokvroma. Epistemon noticed that the names of the commanders inspire vigor and confidence in victory. Brother Jean built a huge "pig" and hid in it a whole army of brave chefs, as in the Trojan horse.
After visiting the island of Ruach, whose inhabitants did not eat anything or drink, except for the wind, Pantagruel and his companions landed on the island of papephi enslaved by papanams for the fact that one of his inhabitants showed the figure to the portrait of the pope. A man lay in the chapel of this island in a funeral, and three priests stood around and spell the demons. They told me that this man was a plowman. One day he plowed the field and sowed his half-bay, but a little girl came to the field and demanded his share. Pakhar agreed to share with him the harvest in half: the pigtail is something that is under the ground, and the peasant is something that is on top. When it was time to harvest, the ears were eaten by the shepherd, and the straw was a bird. The next year, the black man chose what was on top, but the plowman sowed the turnip, and the little devil once again remained with his nose. Then the black man decided to scratch the plow with the condition that the defeated loses his part of the field. But when the little devil came to the groin, his wife, with sobbing, told him how the plowman was scratched with her little finger for training, and tore everything. In proof, she tore off the skirt and showed a wound between her legs, so that the little devil had considered it best to take her back. Leaving the island of papephi, the travelers arrived on the island of papomanov, whose inhabitants, having learned that they saw a living dad, accepted them as dear guests, and long praised them published by the Pope Holy Decretals. Having escaped from the island of the papoman, Pantagruel and his companions heard voices, horse riding and other sounds, but, as far as they looked around, they did not see anyone. The pilot explained to them that at the border of the Arctic Sea, where they had floated, a battle had taken place in the past winter. The words and cries, the ringing of weapons and the horseshoes were frozen in the air, and now, when winter passed, thawed and became audible. Pantagruel threw on a deck a handful of colorful words, among which there were even curses. Soon the Pantagruel's flotilla arrived on the island, which was ruled by the omnipotent Messer Guster. The inhabitants of the island, sacrificed to their god every snake, from bread to artichokes. Pantagruel found that none other than Guster invented all the sciences and arts: agriculture - in order to grow grain, military art and weapons - to protect the grain, medicine, astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. among which there were even curses. Soon the Pantagruel's flotilla arrived on the island, which was ruled by the omnipotent Messer Guster. The inhabitants of the island, sacrificed to their god every snake, from bread to artichokes. Pantagruel found that none other than Guster invented all the sciences and arts: agriculture - in order to grow grain, military art and weapons - to protect the grain, medicine, astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. among which there were even curses. Soon the Pantagruel's flotilla arrived on the island, which was ruled by the omnipotent Messer Guster. The inhabitants of the island, sacrificed to their god every snake, from bread to artichokes. Pantagruel found that none other than Guster invented all the sciences and arts: agriculture - in order to grow grain, military art and weapons - to protect the grain, medicine, astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. sacrificed to his god all the snow, ranging from bread to artichokes. Pantagruel found that none other than Guster invented all the sciences and arts: agriculture - in order to grow grain, military art and weapons - to protect the grain, medicine, astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. sacrificed to his god all the snow, ranging from bread to artichokes. Pantagruel found that none other than Guster invented all the sciences and arts: agriculture - in order to grow grain, military art and weapons - to protect the grain, medicine, astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen. astrology and mathematics - to store grain. When the travelers traveled past the island of thieves and robbers, Panurge hid in a hold where he took a fluffy little kitty Saloveid for a hell and fogged with fear. Then he asserted that he was not scared at all, and that he was such a good man against the sheep, which he had not seen.
Book fifth
The travelers drove to the island of Zvonky, where they were allowed only after a four-day fasting, which turned out to be terrible; for on the first day they fasted through the stump, in the second one, after the sleeves, in the third, at all, and in the fourth, by no means. Only the birds lived on the island: the Clerks, the priests, the Other, the Bishops, the Cardinals and one finger. They sang when they heard the bell ringing. Having visited the island of iron and the island of delight, Pantagruel and his companions arrived on the island of Zastanok, inhabited by ugly monsters - Fluffy Cats who lived by bribes, consuming them in unpolluted quantities: whole ships arrived at the harbor, loaded with bribes. Having escaped from the paws of evil cats, the travelers visited several more islands and arrived at the Mateotechnique harbor, where they were led to the palace of Queen Quintessence, who had not eaten anything, except for some categories, abstractions, secondary intentions, antitheses, etc. The servants of her milked the goat and poured milk into a sieve, caught winds in the networks, stretched out their legs on clothes, and were doing other useful things. At the end of the journey, Pantagruel and his friends arrived at the Lantern and landed on the island where the oracle of the Bottle was located. The lantern led them to the temple where they were held to the princess Bakbuk - the lady's lady of the Bottle and the supreme priestess with all her sacred actions. The entrance to the Temple of the Bottle reminded the author of the story of a painted cellar in his hometown of Chinone, where Pantagruel also visited. In the temple they saw a strange fountain with columns and statues. Struck from it the moisture seemed to travelers with cold key water, but after a hearty snack, brought in to clean the guests of the night, the drink seemed to each of them precisely the wine that he loved most. After this, Buck-beak asked who wants to hear the word of the Divine Bottles. Upon learning that Panurge, she led him into a round chapel, where the bottle, which was half immersed in the water, was lying in the alabaster fountain. When Panurger fell to his knees and sang a ritual song of the vine-growers, Bakbuk threw something into the fountain, causing a buzz in the Bottle and the word "Trink". Bakbuk took out a book in a silver binding, which turned out to be a bottle of Phalanx wine, and ordered Panurgu to drain her in a single spirit, for the word "trink" meant "drink". On parting, Bakbuk handed Pantagruel a letter to Gargantua, and the travelers went back. she drove him into a round chapel, where the bottle, which was immersed in the water, was lying in the altar fountain. When Panurger fell to his knees and sang a ritual song of the vine-growers, Bakbuk threw something into the fountain, causing a buzz in the Bottle and the word "Trink". Bakbuk took out a book in a silver binding, which turned out to be a bottle of Phalanx wine, and ordered Panurgu to drain her in a single spirit, for the word "trink" meant "drink". On parting, Bakbuk handed Pantagruel a letter to Gargantua, and the travelers went back. she drove him into a round chapel, where the bottle, which was immersed in the water, was lying in the altar fountain. When Panurger fell to his knees and sang a ritual song of the vine-growers, Bakbuk threw something into the fountain, causing a buzz in the Bottle and the word "Trink". Bakbuk took out a book in a silver binding, which turned out to be a bottle of Phalanx wine, and ordered Panurgu to drain her in a single spirit, for the word "trink" meant "drink". On parting, Bakbuk handed Pantagruel a letter to Gargantua, and the travelers went back. which turned out to be a bottle of Phalanx wine, and ordered Panurga to drain it with a single spirit, for the word "trink" meant "drink". On parting, Bakbuk handed Pantagruel a letter to Gargantua, and the travelers went back. which turned out to be a bottle of Phalanx wine, and ordered Panurga to drain it with a single spirit, for the word "trink" meant "drink". On parting, Bakbuk handed Pantagruel a letter to Gargantua, and the travelers went back.