• J.M. Cohen (trans.), Rabelais: Gargantua and Pantagruel (Harmondsworth: 1962).
• D.M. Frame (trans.), Rabelais: The Complete Works (Berkeley: 1991).
• M. Bakhtin, Rabelais and his World, trans. H. Iswolsky (Bloomington: 1984).
• L. Febvre, The Problem of Unbelief in the Sixteenth Century: the Religion of Rabelais, trans. B. Gottlieb (Cambridge MA: 1982).
• T. Haglund, Rabelais’ Contempt for Fortune: Pantagruelism, Politics, and Philosophy (Lanham: 2019).
• M.J. Heath, Rabelais (Tempe, AZ: 1996).
• B. Renner (ed.), A Companion to François Rabelais (Leiden: 2021).
Wonderfully informative. Just the thing to prompt me to finally grab the book on the bookshelf (Screech translation). I note however that some readers discovering reading Screech as a first reading of Rabelais. The claim is that while the scholarly notes are superb, other earlier translations better capture Rabelais' tone.
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