Gargantua and Pantagruel - Study Guide Pantagruel: Chapters 18-23, Pantagrueline Prognostication for 1533 and Prefaces to Almanacs for 1533 and 1535 (p. 133-194) Summary & Analysis

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In chapter eighteen, though the prisoner would rather fight with Pantagruel than return to his king, Pantagruel sends him to King Anarch with a concoction, saying the king will be able to withstand Pantagruel without fear if he can swallow one ounce without a drink. However, the king and all of his men pass out in drunkenness when they try the concoction. While Carpalim summons the inhabitants of the city to set fire to the Dipsodes' camp, Pantagruel drowns many of the enemy when he urinates on their camp. When the giants bear King Anarch on their shoulders in chapter nineteen, Pantagruel challenges their leader, Loup Garou to single combat, and after praying, Pantagruel battles the giant. As Pantagruel begins to...

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