From Satura to Satyre: François Rabelais and the Renaissance Appropriation of a Genre*

@article{Renner2014FromST,
  title={From Satura to Satyre: François Rabelais and the Renaissance Appropriation of a Genre*},
  author={B. Renner},
  journal={Renaissance Quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={67},
  pages={377 - 424}
}
  • B. Renner
  • Published 2014
  • Art
  • Renaissance Quarterly
Abstract Renaissance satire has long been a neglected field of study, which is most likely due to the difficulty decoding its targets, to its nonliterary utilitarian purpose, and to the menace of invective that always hovers over the satirical metagenre. This study aims at two objectives: to retrace the formal development of early modern satire by showing how the blending of four disparate traditions — Roman satura, Greek satyr play, Menippean satire, and medieval popular theater — created a… Expand
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