Rabelaisianism love

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  • The old Rabelaisianism was toned down to something like decency and at least the grosser vulgarities of the music-hall stage were banned by common consent.

    The Soul of the War

  • Rabelaisianism they are obsessing the minds of every one with a matter which after all is only one aspect of life?

    Suspended Judgments Essays on Books and Sensations

  • Rabelaisianism of his more private conversation, for his frank interest in, his eternal preoccupation with, aspects of life and human activity which, though essential to the divine purpose, are not openly recognized as such -- even by Daniel Poveys.

    The Old Wives' Tale

  • Rabelaisianism was obviously the expression of that vital sap which, not having been permitted to inform his work, had been driven inward and left thereto ferment.

    1601

  • I think I should go very well just above your head, Mr Box, between Patterson’s Pathology of the Goitre and Rabelaisianism.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • I think I should go very well just above your head, Mr Box, between Patterson’s Pathology of the Goitre and Rabelaisianism.

    The Vesuvius Club

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