Gargantua and Pantagruel - Fifth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 26-47, Epigram and 3 Appendixes (p. 960-1041) Summary & Analysis

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Fifth Book of Pantagruel: Chapters 26-47, Epigram and 3 Appendixes (p. 960-1041) Summary

In chapter twenty-six, Pantagruel and his men visit the Isle of Clogs where they are well-received by King Benius, who shows them the monastery he built for the Demisemiquaver Friars, but Panurge receives monosyllabic responses to his questions about the girls in the monastery in the next chapter. After Epistemon discusses how he finds the Institution of Lent displeasing in the following chapter, Pantagruel's crew visits the land of Satin on the Isle of Frieze-cloth, where they see the Golden Fleece, many mystical beasts and philosophers, including Aristotle in chapters twenty-nine and thirty. In the next two chapters, they visit Lanternland, where the Queen allows them to choose one of the most outstanding Lanterns as their guide. The Lantern leads them to the island where the oracle...

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