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Clark, Andrew: "Imperialism in Asterix." In: Belphégor 4.1 (2004)<http://hdl.handle.net/10222/47692>. 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: English
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BibTeX citation key: Clark2004
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Categories: General
Keywords: "Astérix", France, Goscinny. René, Interculturalism, Uderzo. Albert, USA
Creators: Clark
Collection: Belphégor
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Abstract
The Asterix books, having been written over a long period of time, have reflected a number of contemporary concerns which were relevant at the time of composition – some of which are still relevant today. One of these themes is the question of imperialism and its implications for the French. In this article I have attempted to provide a guide to this theme, and explore the ways in which Goscinny and Uderzo use Roman history in the Asterix books in order to address the issue of imperialism.
  
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