These fifteen essays by former doctoral students, now distinguished seiziemistes, of Francois Rigolot, Meredith Howland Pyne Professor of French Literature at Princeton University, represent a tribute to his qualities as professor, scholar, and person who embodies both a Montaignian esprit genereux and a Rabelaisian pantagruelisme . They pay homage to his renowned erudition and publications on all aspects of French Renaissance literature, his pedagogical skills, his support of students and colleagues, his leadership at Princeton University, and his inspirational personality. The balanced mixture of creative imagination, rigorous explication de texte, and delightful personal rhetoric that characterizes Professor Rigolot's scholarly works still forms a source of inspiration for his students, as is clear in this volume. Regrouping the major fields of interest in which the minds of magister and discipuli produced the most fruitful dialogues (poetry, the Renaissance au feminin, Rabelais, and Montaigne), spanning a wide variety of authors (Petrarch, Sceve, Ronsard, Cretin, Marguerite de Navarre, Louise Labe, Rabelais, Montaigne, La Boetie, and Pascal), these studies for a tribute to the extraordinary breadth of Professor Rigolot's research interests.essays by his students in honor of FranAsois Rigolot FranAsois Rigolot, Reinier Leushuis, Zahi Anbra Zalloua ... New scientists engaged in the controversy took it as an occasion not only to evacuate physical spaces but also to define physics as a field where special things happened. On the field rules of ... The following pages consider Pasca1a#39;s double preoccupation with space in his work on the vacuum.
|Title||:||Esprit généreux, esprit pantagruélicque|
|Author||:||François Rigolot, Reinier Leushuis, Zahi Anbra Zalloua|
|Publisher||:||Librairie Droz - 2008|