Gargantua and Pantagruel - Study Guide Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 28-50 (p. 747-810) Summary & Analysis

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After telling the story of Epitheres in chapter twenty-eight, which touches upon the death of Heroes, Pantagruel sails for Aguyon in chapter twenty-nine, and when Xenomanes points out Tapinois where Quaremeprenant reigns, he wants to meet the king, but Xenomanes dissuades Pantagruel. In the next three chapters, Xenomanes describes Quaremeprenant anatomically and physically at Pantagruel's request. In chapter thirty-three, Pantagruel sees monstrous Physeter near Ile Farouche, but he kills the beast in the next chapter when it nears his ships. He lands on Ile Farouche in chapter thirty-five, and when he sees little Chidlings scrambling up trees as he and his men dine, Xenomanes tells him of the long war between Quaremeprenant and the Chidlings, assuring Pantagruel that it is impossible to establish a truce between them when he expresses the desire to...

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