Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice

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Robert M. McBride & Company, 1919 - Middle Ages - 360 pages
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User Review  - slickdpdx - LibraryThing

Rabelais, Dante and Homer explore the human condition; with fewer fart jokes, and more scepter, sword and staff jokes. For a long while, I thought the book a bit old-fashioned in its approach to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Schmerguls - LibraryThing

I read this on Dec 26 and Dec 27. 1051. On Dec 26 I said of it: "Started reading Jurgen. What a funny book--risque, materialist, mocking, but yet quiteentertaining in its way; though the ludicrous ... Read full review

Contents

Why Jurgen Did the Manly Thing
9
Assumption of a Noted Garment
14
The Garden between Dawn and Sunrise
18
Copyright

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