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Gargantua and Pantagruel - Third Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 33-52 (pages 536-614) Summary & Analysis

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Third Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 33-52 (pages 536-614) Summary

In chapter thirty-three, the physician tells Panurge of a remedy for cuckoldry, and all of the men discuss how women normally desire forbidden things in the next chapter. After the philosopher also fails to satisfactorily advise Panurge whether or not to marry in chapters thirty-five and thirty-six, Pantagruel spends the next chapter advising Panurge to take advice from a fool. When Panurge agrees in chapter thirty-eight, Pantagruel attends a hearing judged by Bridoye, learns why Bridoye examines cases by throwing dice and listens to Bridoye expound upon how lawsuits are born and how they grow to perfection during the next four chapters. In chapter forty-three, Pantagruel excuses Bridoye for judging lawsuits by throwing dice, since his judgments have always appeared sound, and he tells a curious story about perplexity of human judgments in...

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