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Présentation de l'éditeur

When Legionary Tremensdelirius gets the title deeds to the little Gaulish village as a bonus, he swaps them with tavern landlord Orthopaedix for a drink. Funnily enough, Asterix and his friends aren't keen to hand over their village to anyone else. After a chieftaincy election campaign and a showdown with the Romans, both events fiercely contested, can all still end well?

Biographie de l'auteur

Rene Goscinny was born in Paris in 1926, and spent most of his childhood in Argentina, before eventually moving to Paris in 1951. He died in 1977.

Rene Goscinny was born in Paris in 1926, and spent most of his childhood in Argentina, before eventually moving to Paris in 1951. He died in 1977.

Albert Uderzo was born in 1927 in a small village in Marne, France. He met Rene Goscinny in 1951 and on 29 October 1959 their most famous creation, Asterix, made his first appearance on page 20 of Pilote. Asterix the Gaul, their first album, was published in 1961 and there have now been 34 Asterix albums.

Albert Uderzo was born in 1927 in a small village in Marne, France. He met Rene Goscinny in 1951 and on 29 October 1959 their most famous creation, Asterix, made his first appearance on page 20 of Pilote. Asterix the Gaul, their first album, was published in 1961 and there have now been 34 Asterix albums.



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  • Broché: 48 pages
  • Editeur : Orion Children's Books; Édition : Export Ed (17 novembre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 075286646X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0752866468
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,2 x 0,6 x 29,2 cm
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Par 2nimm TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 5 mars 2014
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ce commentaire s'adresse aux versions souple et cartonnée grand format de l'éditeur Orion de 2004/1974 présentant la traduction de la la vingt-et-unième aventure des célèbres héros d'Uderzo et Goscinny: Astérix et le cadeau de César; dans cet opus assez récent, les auteurs profitent de cette occasion pour se moquer avec humour des campagnes électorales; on y trouve par ailleurs une recherche particulière sur les armes massives utilisées par l'armée romaine (balistes, catapultes, tours d'assaut etc) cet épisode particulièrement réussi complète une série d'aventures toutes plus drôles les unes que les autres qui ont fait leur succès international; la lecture en anglais, bien que grandement aidée par l'image, nécessitera néanmoins le recours à un bon dictionnaire si vous voulez saisir toutes les nuances des jeux de mots; n'hésitez pas à compléter votre collection avec ces versions anglophones en second main et à bas prix quand cela est possible en relié (mieux) ou en broché (plus fragile) même si dans ces éditions Orion le papier est d'excellente qualité
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Politics come to the village 22 octobre 2007
Par Graves - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Originally done as a comic in a french childrens' magazine, the Adventures of Asterix the Gaul have grown beyond that small framework and can be enjoyed by peoples around the world. The idea is that in the world of 55BC all Gaul has been conquored by the Romans, except for one small village which holds out against the invaders. The source of their survival is a magic potion brewed by the village Druid which gives the drinker superhuman strength. The gauls are not waging a war with the romans, they just go about their lives and after being thumped a few times, the local Romans are more than happy to let them do it.

In this adventure the tale starts with a sadistic Caesar giving a reprobate legionaire a plot of land in the village that has yet to be conquored. Not wanting a village the roman gives the grant to an inn keeper for some wine and goes on his way.

the inn keeper relocates his family to what he see's as 'his village' and gets the shock of his life when his declaration of ownership iis greeted with howls of laughter. Driven on by his wife he runs for the office of Chief forcing Vitalstatistix to run too.

What follows are the evils of politics and the silliness of splinter groups as differing parties spring up- some with only a single member. added to the mix is the drunken soldier who's decided he wants the village after all.
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As good as always 20 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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in this book, a soldier that finished his 20 years in the army is given land as a good0bye gift. Ofcourse, its asterixs village. he sells it to a bartender for some drinks, and the bartender takes his family out there. They are suprised to find the village is inhabited, and they had been tricked-the land never belonged to anyone but the people of the village! they decide to just move into the empty inn there. Lots of things follow: the bartenders wife is so mad at impedimenta, she makes her husband run against vitalstatistix for chief, obelix tries his best to impress Zaza, the daughter of the bartender, romans attack the village, and much more. You gotta read this book!
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Caesar sets a cat among the pigeons... 29 décembre 2002
Par Gary Selikow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After a drunken Legionnaire is heard making insulting remarks about Julius Caesar, Caesar decides to give him a present-which he in turn sells to a Gaullish Innkeeper for a meal and some drinks.
The innkeeper, Orthopaedix, comes to the village, we know so well, with his wife and daughter, setting in chain a breakdown of cohesion there, as a dispute over the Chieftainship of the village, Obelix falling in love, and the refusal of Druid Getafix to make magic potion makes for another rollicking Asterix adventure.
Once more, a lot of fun.
Beware Of Gifts From A Roman Emperor 9 mai 2015
Par AliGhaemi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What is worse punishment in Rome than being incarcerated? Why, being given a parcel of land that happens to be an indomitable Gaulish village of course!

When a retiring Roman legionary named Tremensdelirius is arrested for insulting Julius Caesar the Emperor decides to have a little fun with him and present him with the deeds to a plot of land in Gaul that the Roman army has not been able to conquer. Mr. Tremensdelirius being a perpetual drunk means that he has soon bartered the deed for some booze giving the said new landlord, who is in the hospitality industry, impetus to relocate his scheming Parisian wife and cute daughter to the village.

With their arrival also comes disputes over land and ownership, dissension among the Gauls, political maneuvering, and vote buying through any and all means including ordering fish, anvils and selling coquettish sexual appeal. Oh yes, modern politics stems from a long tradition it seems.

Needless to say the fun never stops, there is plenty of amusement, the illustrations are a riot (and here even for a moment literally so) and 50BC is both introduced and indirectly compared to modern times it seems too.
A gift to readers 8 février 2010
Par Jacques Talbot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Another strong entry from the golden age of the Asterix adventures. Between Goscinny's clever plot, complete with unexpected twists and turns;the well-named characters; the excellent translation; and of course the utterly convincing and satisfying artwork of the one and only Uderzo, there's really enough here to entertain and edify readers far beyond the 9 - 12 age range given in the product description. Particularly noteworthy in this episode are the opening panel (perfection!), the characteristically incisive commentary on human nature in all its guises, and the wonderful sequence where Asterix pulls of a desperate escape from a roman camp. One of the reasons most of the episodes released since Goscinny's death fail so miserably is that episodes like this one set the standard so incredibly high. This title is truly a high point, a gem, a gift. Enjoy.
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