Gargantua and Pantagruel - Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 51-67 (p. 810-872) Summary & Analysis

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Fourth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 51-67 (p. 810-872) Summary

In chapters fifty-one through fifty-three, Homenaz tells Pantagruel and his men how miracles are produced by the Decretals and how gold is abstracted from France by the virtue of the Decretals, and when he gives them pears in chapter fifty-four, Pantagruel calls them Good-Christian pears because he has never seen better Christians than the Papimanes. He and his men return to their ships after bestowing gifts of gold upon Homenaz. In chapter fifty-five, Pantagruel and his men hear words spoken in the air while at sea, and Pantagruel casts the frozen words onto the deck but will not allow his men to preserve the gullet-words in the next chapter. In chapter fifty-seven, they land at the manor of Messer Gaster, the first Master of Arts in this world, and when Pantagruel notices two...

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