Pantagruel - This character is the protagonist of four of the five books in this collection, which follow his life and adventures from his birth until his concern over whether his friend should marry.
Panurge - This character is described as a felon, a cheat, a tippler and a loafer, and asks his friend's advice as to whether or not he should marry.
Gargantua - This character is the protagonist of the second book in this collection whose old-fashioned education makes him into a crazed fool, so his father sends him to Paris.
Frere Jean des Entommeures - This character is a monk who battles the men of Lerne when they steal the grapes that the monastery uses for wine.
Epistemon - This character is one of the protagonist's men whose throat is slit during the battle against the Dipsodes, allowing him to visit the underworld before...
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