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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 For the Reader and Author's Prologue  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
1 Of the original and antiquity of the great Pantagruel  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
2 Of the nativity of the most dread and redoubted Pantagruel  Kalynda PL OK
3 Of the grief wherewith Gargantua was moved at the decease of his wife Badebec  Kalynda PL OK
4 Of the infancy of Pantagruel  Kalynda PL OK
5 Of the acts of the noble Pantagruel in his youthful age  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
6 How Pantagruel met with a Limousin, who too affectedly did counterfeit the French language  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
7 How Pantagruel came to Paris, and of the choice books of the Library of St. Victor  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
8 How Pantagruel, being at Paris, received letters from his father Gargantua, and the copy of them  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
9 How Pantagruel found Panurge, whom he loved all his lifetime  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
10 How Pantagruel judged so equitably of a controversy, which was wonderfully obscure and difficult, that, by reason of his just decree therein, he was reputed to have a most admirable judgment  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
11 How the Lords of Kissbreech and Suckfist did plead before Pantagruel without an attorney  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
12 How the Lord of Suckfist pleaded before Pantagruel  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
13 How Pantagruel gave judgment upon the difference of the two lords  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
14 How Panurge related the manner how he escaped out of the hands of the Turks  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
15 How Panurge showed a very new way to build the walls of Paris  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
16 Of the qualities and conditions of Panurge  keri PL OK
17 How Panurge gained the pardons, and married the old women, and of the suit in law which he had at Paris  keri PL OK
18 How a great scholar of England would have argued against Pantagruel, and was overcome by Panurge  bobgon55 PL OK
19 How Panurge put to a nonplus the Englishman that argued by signs  Kalynda PL OK
20 How Thaumast relateth the virtues and knowledge of Panurge  Kalynda PL OK
21 How Panurge was in love with a lady of Paris  Kalynda PL OK
22 How Panurge served a Parisian lady a trick that pleased her not very well  Kalynda PL OK
23 How Pantagruel departed from Paris, hearing news that the Dipsodes had invaded the land of the Amaurots; and the cause wherefore the leagues are so short in France  Kalynda PL OK
24 A letter which a messenger brought to Pantagruel from a lady of Paris, together with the exposition of a posy written in a gold ring  Kalynda PL OK
25 How Panurge, Carpalin, Eusthenes, and Epistemon, the gentlemen attendants of Pantagruel, vanquished and discomfited six hundred and threescore horsemen very cunningly  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
26 How Pantagruel and his company were weary in eating still salt meats; and how Carpalin went a-hunting to have some venison  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
27 How Pantagruel set up one trophy in memorial of their valour, and Panurge another in remembrance of the hares. How Pantagruel likewise with his farts begat little men, and with his fisgs little women; and how Panurge broke a great staff over two glasses  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
28 How Pantagruel got the victory very strangely over the Dipsodes and the Giants  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
29 How Pantagruel discomfited the three hundred giants armed with free-stone, and Loupgarou their captain  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
30 How Epistemon, who had his head cut off, was finely healed by Panurge, and of the news which he brought from the devils, and of the damned people in hell  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
31 How Pantagruel entered into the city of the Amaurots, and how Panurge married King Anarchus to an old lantern-carrying hag, and made him a crier of green sauce  JohanLiebert PL OK
32 How Pantagruel with his tongue covered a whole army, and what the author saw in his mouth  MARTIN GEESON PL OK
33 How Pantagruel became sick, and the manner how he was recovered  katdad PL OK
34 The conclusion of this present book, and the excuse of the author  MARTIN GEESON PL OK