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This bibliography section contains a list of reference articles and book relevant to the discussion of the dispositio. Drawing on the classical concept of rhetorical dispositio, the book gives new interpretations of a number of literary texts of the French Renaissance, some of them well-known (by Rabelais, Du Bellay and Montaigne), others less-known (the Pierres précieuses by Remy Belleau and the anonymous collections of emblematic fables). All these texts are organized according to an often problematic and disruptive dispositio that dissociates itself from the prescribed and preexisting models.

Keywords: French renaissance; literary texts; rhetorical dispositio



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