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Gargantua and Pantagruel - Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 6-27 (p. 680-747) Summary & Analysis

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Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 6-27 (p. 680-747) Summary

In chapters six and seven, Panurge begs Dindenault to sell him a sheep, finally choosing a lovely, big sheep, but in the next chapter, Panurge throws the sheep into the sea, causing the other sheep to jump after it. Dindenault tries to grab his livestock and is dragged into the sea, as are the other shepherds when their sheep follow suit, and Panurge stands by the galley with an oar to prevent them from climbing back on the ship to save themselves. After Pantagruel briefly visits the Isle of Ennasin, where he is greeted oddly by the natives in chapter nine, he lands on the Island of Cheli, which is ruled by King Panigon in the next chapter. The Queen of Cheli and all of her court kiss Pantagruel and his men except...

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