Praisers of folly: Erasmus, Rabelais, Shakespeare.

Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1963.

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Subjects Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536. Moriae encomium.
Folly in literature.
Fools and jesters in literature.
King Henry IV (Shakespeare, William)
Moriae encomium (Erasmus, Desiderius)
Pantagruel (Rabelais, Franc╠žois)
Rabelais, Franc╠žois, approximately 1490-1553? Pantagruel.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Henry IV.
Series Harvard studies in comparative literature ; 25.
Description viii, 318 pages 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Bibliographical footnotes. Bibliography: pages 299-311.
Summary Examination of the characters, "Stultitia" in Erasmus' "Moriae encomium", "Panurge" in Rabelais' "Pantagruel", and "Falstaff" in Shakespeare's "King Henry IV."
Contents Prologue: The fool -- 1. Erasmus' Stultitia: The praise of folly -- The epistle dedicatory -- The ironic mock encomium -- The transvaluation of values: technique -- The transvaluation of values: application -- The fool in Christ -- The fool in nature -- 2. Rabelais' Panurge: Le tiers livre -- The prologue -- Panurge in Salmiguondin -- The quest -- The symposium -- Bridoye and Triboullet -- Pantagruelism -- 3. Shakespeare's Falstaff: The fool in drama -- Falstaff and Stultitia -- Falstaff and Hotspur -- Falstaff and the lord chief justice -- Falstaff and Prince Hal -- Falstaff the fool -- Epilogue: The last fool.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)316205
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WorldCat Identities Kaiser, Walter Jacob.
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