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The world upside down in 16th-century French literature and visual culture

Author: Vincent Corentin Robert-Nicoud
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Rodopi, [2018] ©2018
Series: Faux titre, no. 426.
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"In The World Upside-Down in 16th Century French Literature and Visual Culture Vincent Robert-Nicoud offers an interdisciplinary account of the topos of the world upside-down in early modern France. To call something 'topsy-turvy' in the sixteenth century is to label it as abnormal. The topos of the world upside-down evokes a world in which everything is inside-out and out of bounds: fish live in trees, children  Read more...
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Robert-Nicoud, Vincent Corentin, 1987- author.
World upside-down in 16th century French literature and visual culture
Leiden ; Boston : Brill Rodopi, [2018]
(DLC) 2018046557
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vincent Corentin Robert-Nicoud
ISBN: 9789004381834 900438183X
OCLC Number: 1041902620
Notes: Revision of author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Oxford, 2016.
Description: xiv, 284 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements --
List of Illustrations --
Abbreviations --
Introduction : The Sixteenth-Century World Upside Down --
Adages, Paradoxes and Emblems --
Erasmus's Adages of Inversion --
'To set the cart before the horse' (I, vii, 28) --
Other Adages of Inversion --
Foolish Adages in Rabelais and Bruegel --
Gargantua's Youth and the Officers of Quinte Essence --
Bruegel's Topsy-Turvy World --
Polemical Adages in Baïf's Mimes --
Adages and Animals --
Adages of Folly --
Paradoxes --
Erasmus's Encomium Moriae --
Lando's Paradossi and the Paradoxe contre les lettres --
Moral Emblems --
Wisdom and Folly --
La Perrière's Morosophie --
Alciato's Emblemata --
Other Emblem Books --
Humility and Arrogance --
Descriptive Emblems --
Protestant Emblems --
Carnivalesque Emblems --
Carnival and Laughter --
The Lower Body Stratum --
The Male Lower Body Stratum --
The Female Licentious Body --
Scatological Emblems --
Emblems of the Religious Wars --
Social Disorders --
The Ship of State --
Discord --
Polemic and Inversion --
Secular Emblems --
Religious Emblems --
The World in Turmoil --
Polemical Cooking Pots --
Animal Clerics --
Conclusion --
Rabelais's World Upside Down --
Carnivalesque Rituals --
Rabelais and Carnival --
Carnival in Gargantua and Pantagruel --
Epistémon's Katabasis --
Fallen Kings --
Jean Lemaire de Belges and François Villon --
The Fight between Carnival and Lent in the Quart Livre --
Quaresmeprenant --
Pantagruel and the Andouilles --
Mardigras --
Grotesque Body --
The World Upside Down of Antiphysie --
The Microcosmic Body in Rabelais --
World in Pantagruel's Mouth --
Messere Gaster --
The Metaphorical Lower Body --
The Ennasés --
Grippe-Minaud and the Chats-fourrez --
Wisdom and Folly --
The Wisdom of Folly --
Foolish Trials --
Foolish Debates --
Thaumaste and Nazedecabre --
Triboullet --
Conclusion --
Religious Satire and Overturned Cooking Pots --
The Cooking Pot Trope --
Biblical Cooking Pots --
Infernal Cooking Pots --
The Cannibal's Cooking Pot --
Huguenot Satires --
Pamphlets and Libelles --
Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale --
La Comédie du pape malade et tirant à sa fin --
L'Extrême-Onction de la marmite papale --
La Polymachie des marmitons --
La Desolation des freres de robe grise --
Visual Images --
Celuy qui en Satan se fie james nen a que tronperie --
Le Renversement de la grand marmite --
Eschatological Laughter --
Rabelais's Posthumous Tradition --
L'Isle Sonnante --
The Songes drôlatiques de Pantagruel --
Rabelais's Posterity --
Catholic Responses --
Biblical References --
Cooking Pots and Cannibalism --
Conclusion --
Social and Cosmic Disorders --
France as a World Upside Down --
Hubris and Social Disorders --
Perverting Nature --
The Second Inversion --
Millenarianism and Apocalypse --
Eschatological Signs --
Ronsard --
Du Bartas --
De Billy --
D'Aubigné --
Primeval Chaos and Warring Elements --
Classical Influences --
Du Bartas --
Ronsard --
D'Aubigné --
Comets --
Classical Sources --
Sixteenth-Century Comets --
Monsters and Polemic --
Gigantes --
The Papal Antichrist --
Ronsard's Opinion --
The Monstrous Valois --
Catherine de' Medici --
Henri III --
Conclusion --
General Conclusion --
Bibliography --
Primary Sources --
Antiquity --
Middle Ages and Renaissance --
Secondary Sources --
Books and Theses --
Articles and Book Chapters --
Index Nominum.
Series Title: Faux titre, no. 426.
Responsibility: by Vincent Robert-Nicoud.

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"In The World Upside-Down in 16th Century French Literature and Visual Culture Vincent Robert-Nicoud offers an interdisciplinary account of the topos of the world upside-down in early modern France. To call something 'topsy-turvy' in the sixteenth century is to label it as abnormal. The topos of the world upside-down evokes a world in which everything is inside-out and out of bounds: fish live in trees, children rule over their parents, and rivers flow back to their source. The world upside-down proves to be key in understanding how the social, political, and religious turmoil of sixteenth-century France was represented and conceptualised, and allows us to explore the dark side of the Renaissance by unpacking one of its most prevalent metaphors"--

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