Le Tiers Livre

@inproceedings{Rabelais2008LeTL,
  title={Le Tiers Livre},
  author={François ca. Rabelais},
  year={2008}
}
Constitue de six communications et d’une table ronde autour des editions recentes du Tiers Livre – par Mireille Huchon dans la Bibliotheque de la Pleiade et par Jean Ceard au Livre de Poche –, le Colloque de Rome repond aux questions que posent les sources reelles ou supposees du Tiers Livre et definit la problematique qui consiste a recourir a ces sources comme a des instruments de comprehension du texte : connaissance du milieu des humanistes medecins et astrologues (Jean Dupebe), eloge de la… 
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