Gargantua and Pantagruel - Study Guide Third Book of Pantagruel: Introduction, Rabelais to Mind of the Queen of Navarre, the King's Privilege, Prologue and Chapters 1-13 (p. 389-461) Summary & Analysis

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The Introduction states that the humanist type of this book was published in 1546 by Chretien Wechel of Paris, and Rabelais to the Mind of the Queen of Navarre praises her abstracted mind and presents the third book of Pantagruel's deeds. The King's Privilege give permission to the king to print and sell Rabelais' book, and the Prologue invites readers to enjoy Pantagruel's adventures.

In chapter one, after Pantagruel subdues the land of Dipsody, the Dipsodians become loyal and faithful subjects, and he assigns Panurge the castellany of Salmagundi in chapter two; however, when Panurge spends his income for the next three years within two weeks...

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