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Rabelais, François Line breaks: Fran|çois Rabe|lais
Pronunciation: /ˈrabəleɪ/

Definition of Rabelais, François in English:

( Circa 1494–1553), French satirist. His writings are noted for their earthy humour, their parody of medieval learning and literature, and their affirmation of humanist values. Notable works: Pantagruel (1532) and Gargantua (1534).

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