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2010/07/21 Shivering

Rating: 2.8

Feeling alone and bereft with only James Redfield
and Frances Hodgson Burnett for company, I turned
to Goscinny and Uderzo for light relief, what a joy,
Asterix and Obelix on their adventures

Yet I felt aloof until one of Uderzo’s masterpieces
awakened the old deep-seated sense of wonder with
his depiction of a Greek slave posing as the ‘Discus
Thrower’ until he is attacked by Asterix

In the next picture he joins the rest of humanity as a
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Ovi Odiete 29 September 2015

this is really heart rendi9ng and painful... Nice poetry.

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Maya Gonzales 29 January 2012

Gorgeous... I love your description of the Greek discus thrower/slave being completely destroyed... I wish I could see that picture!

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