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"Pourquoy? dist Gargantua, ilz sont bons tout ce mois.’ Et, tirant le bourdon, ensemble enleva le pellerin & le mangeoit très bien., , for Book I, Chapter 38, opposite page 116 in the book, Oeuvres de Rabelais (Paris: Garnier Frères, 1873), vol. 1
"Pourquoy? dist Gargantua, ilz sont bons tout ce mois.’ Et, tirant le bourdon, ensemble enleva le pellerin & le mangeoit très bien., , for Book I, Chapter 38, opposite page 116 in the book, Oeuvres de Rabelais (Paris: Garnier Frères, 1873), vol. 1
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1873
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Wood Engraving
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Sheet: 420 x 310 mm (16 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.); Image: 245 x 195 mm (9 5/8 x 7 11/16 in.)
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Europe
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1993.62.1.113
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Gift of Joseph and Deborah Goldyne through the Artist Book Council

bareheaded Gargantua, holding a small figure of a pilgrim on the fork in his left hand, about to eat it , in a a banquet scene with the little people

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