AMONG the many places of magic visited by Pantagruel and his company during the progress of their famous voyage, few surpass that island whose roads did literally "go" to places — "ou les chemins cheminent, comme animaulx": and would-be travellers, having inquired of the road as to its destination, and received satisfactory reply, "se guindans" (as the old book hath it — hoisting themselves up on) "au chemin opportun, sans aultrement se poiner ou fatiguer, se trouvoyent au lieu destiné."
- Publication Date
- Mar 22, 2017
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- By (author): Kenneth Grahame