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This book is the first exploration in more than sixty years of Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais. Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of English writers - Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, John Webster, John Donne, James J, Shakespeare, and Michael Drayton, among many others - collectively and sometimes individually appreciated and condemned Rabelais. Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-248) and index.

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Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of Eng The notorious French writer Francois Rabelais (1494?-1553) was also widely known for scoffing, supposed atheism, salacious writing, and irresponsible whimsy. This book is the first exploration in more than sixty years of Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais

This book explores more than sixty years of Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais.

This book explores more than sixty years of Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais. Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of English writers - Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, John Webster, John Donne, James I, Shakespeare, and Michael Drayton, among many others - collectively and sometimes individually appreciated and condemned Rabelais. Famed for his learning, wordplay, clever fantasy, and insight, the notorious French writer Francois Rabelais (1494?-1553) was also widely known for scoffing, supposed atheism, salacious writing, and irresponsible whimsy.

Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of English writers-Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson .

Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of English writers-Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, John Webster, John Donne, James I, Shakespeare, and Michael Drayton, among many others-collectively and sometimes individually appreciated and condemned Rabelais. Prescott documents the extent to which Rabelais’s name and work permeated Renaissance English literature and thought. Tudor and Stuart writers quoted him, told funny or scandalous stories about him, imitated him, abhorred him, even judged Rabelais without reading him.

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Anyone who has read Rabelais in Sir Thomas Urquhart’s 1653 translation knows the latter’s astonishing verbal rush and tumble, his neologisms and expansions, his energy and inventiveness. Anne Lake Prescott  . by Anne Lake Prescott. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780300199826 (978-0-300-19982-6) Softcover, Yale University Press, 2013. Find signed collectible books: 'Imagining Rabelais in Renaissance England'.

Anne Lake Prescott, Helen Goodhart Altschul Professor of English, began .

Anne Lake Prescott, Helen Goodhart Altschul Professor of English, began teaching at Barnard in 1967. In addition to her Barnard and Columbia degrees, she also studied at Radcliffe College and the University of Paris. A specialist in the English Renaissance, Professor Prescott is affiliated with the comparative literature program and the medieval and Renaissance studies program at Barnard. She is currently working on David in the Renaissance and on Renaissance almanacs and calendars. Imagining Rabelais in the English Renaissance (Yale University Press, 1978). 100 Days of Trump: Barnard College Experts Weigh In on a Controversial Presidency.

This book explores Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais. Anne Lake Prescott describes in detail how a host of English writers - Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, John Webster, John Donne, James I, Shakespeare and Michael Drayton, among many others - collectively and sometimes individually appreciated and condemned Rabelais. Prescott documents the extent to which Rabelais's name and work permeated Renaissance English literature and thought

The notorious French writer Francois Rabelais (1494?-1553) was also widely known for scoffing, supposed atheism, salacious writing, and irresponsible whimsy. This book is the first exploration in more than sixty years of Renaissance England's response to the humorous yet difficult and ambiguous Rabelais. Anne Lake Prescott describes in entertaining detail how a host of English writers - Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, John Webster, John Donne, James J, Shakespeare, and Michael Drayton, among many others - collectively and sometimes individually appreciated and condemned Rabelais.
Imagining Rabelais in Renaissance England download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Anne Lake Prescott
ISBN: 0300071221
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press (March 30, 1998)
Pages: 278 pages