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Astérix et les Normands ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Astérix et les Normands Author René Goscinny – Estamos en el ano 50 antes de Jesucristo Toda la Galia esta ocupada por los romanos Toda No Una aldea poblada por irreductibles galos resiste todavia y como siempre al invasor Y la vida no es facil pa Estamos en el ano antes de Jesucristo Toda la Galia esta ocupada por los romanos Toda No Una aldea poblada por irreductibles galos resiste todavia y como siempre al invasor Y la vida no es facil para las guarniciones de legionarios romanos en los reducidos campamentos de Babaorum Auarium Laudanum y PetibonumCREn este titulo el archiconocido heroe vivira nuevas aventuras de la mano de nuevos personajes los normandos.

10 thoughts on “Astérix et les Normands

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Asterix and the Normans Asterix #9 René GoscinnyThe story begins with Vitalstatistix The chief of the Gaulish village receiving a missive from his brother Doublehelix in Lutetia Paris to ask for the education of Doublehelix's teenage son Justforkix Justforkix then arrives in a sports car like chariot The village holds a dance in honor of his arrival; but he is unimpressed by the traditional way of dancing snatches Cacofonix's lyre and sings and plays in the manner of Elvix Preslix the Rolling Menhirs in the English version Some of the younger villagers dance to this new form; but Cacofonix tries to show off his own skills and is struck down by Fulliautomatix Justforkix thereupon suggests that Cacofonix's talents would be better appreciated in Lutetia Meanwhile a Norman crew arrive in Gaul to discover the meaning of fear on grounds that they are fearless to the point of not understanding the concept but have heard of people flying in fear and believe that being afraid will grant them the ability to fly Most of the Gauls welcome the chance of a fight; but Justforkix is horrified and decides to return home Viewing Justforkix as an expert in fear the Normans kidnap him to teach them; but this fails and he remains their prisoner until Asterix and Obelix come to the rescue A small Roman patrol is also involved in the resulting fight At length Norman chief Timandahaf orders an end to the battle and explains his mission to the Gauls To teach the Normans fear Asterix sends Obelix to fetch Cacofonix while himself remaining as a hostage When Obelix reaches the village he finds Cacofonix gone to perform in Lutetia and pursues him through a series of tell tale cluesتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز سی ام ماه ژوئن سال 2005 میلادیعنوان آستریکس و وایکینگ‌ها؛ متن داستان از رنه گوسینی؛ نقاشی از اودرزو؛ مترجم فریبرز افروزی؛ تهران، سامر‏‫، 1394؛ در 48 ص، مصور رنگی، شابک 9786006444291؛ موضوع داستانهای فکاهی مصور از نویسندگان فرانسوی سده 20 مگروهی دلیر از جنگجویان وایکینگ هنگامی که باخبر میشوند حس ترس به آنها بال میدهد، در جستجوی کشف معنای ترس به دهکده ی «آستریکس» سفر میکنند مردمان «گال» تنها از یک چیز میترسند، و آن اینست که نکند آسمان روی سر آنها بیافتد، و بد اقبالی گریبانگیر آنها شود؛ تا اینکه آنها با «جاست فرکیکس» بزدل مواجه میشوند؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    This or Asterix and the Cauldron is the very first Asterix book I read and I immediately became a fan This is one of the books where one of my favourite characters Cacofonix the village bard plays a central role As all Asterix aficionados know opinion is divided as to his talents Cacofonix thinks he is a genius everyone else thinks he is unspeakableThe fearsome Normans who don't know the meaning of fear come to the Gaulish coast to learn it to their chagrin they meet with Asterix's village of indomitable Gauls who also don't know it Well not everyone;because Justforkix the Chief's visiting nephew from Lutetia is very much an expert in fear as far as the Normans are concerned So they kidnap him The only way to get the boy back alive is to teach the Normans the meaning of fearThe situation seems hopeless until Cacofonix steps in and gives them a concert Within hours the Normans don't learn only fear they graduate to sheer nail biting terror Well here's another guy on whose musical talents opinion is dividedWell they don't tie and gag me but of late in our college alumni meetings I see that they never give me the microphone

  3. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    In which the Normans don’t invade Gaul not uite yet at any rate They arrive at Gaulish shores on an expedition to seek out anybody who can teach them the meaning of fear Why? Because it lends us wings fear does apparently and therefore holds the secret to flight You have to love these booksThe Normans Vikings are depicted as a tremendously fearsome and belligerent bunch they drink apple brandy from the skulls of their slain enemies a fact that in itself paves the way for some fantastic puns Yet the Gauls aren’t afraid either except of the sky falling on their heads so it’s a bit of an impasse when it comes to this sort of thing In fact the Gauls welcome the possibility of a confrontation That is all except one the young nephew of Chief Vitalstatistix who is on a forced vacation of sorts he has been sent from Lutetia by his father who wants the Gauls to toughen him up a bit It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what happens next especially if you’ve been reading a few of these books a kidnapping Yes because he is an ideal candidate being frightened to death of the Normans and their terrible reputationI have to say I found the names of the Normans hilarious In the best tradition of the series they all end the same this time with “ af” giving rise to such worthies as Riffraf Firsthaf Secondhaf Timandahaf and by far my favourite Psychopaf In the end it’s a bit of a surprise how the Normans succeed in their mission Or is it?Another splendid and particularly funny entry in an amazingly endearing series

  4. Kavita Kavita says:

    This one is a pretty ingenious story The Normans don't know what fear is and decide they need to learn it so they can fly They know of nobody who can teach them so they set off on a trip ultimately landing in Gaul In the meanwhile Chief Vitalstatistix has his nephew sent to him to be toughened up Of course he turns out to be the only person who knows what fear is This was pretty brilliant Though there wasn't much wordplay on the names the Norman names were still funny Cacofonix turns out to be a saviour for once and gets to feast with everyone else at the end The poor Normans ended up terrified and went back home the 'scared' than the 'scaree' My favourite pun The latest music band The Rolling Menhirs

  5. Nicolo Nicolo says:

    This graphic album was a great find from a pile of clearance books at National Book Store in Centrio There were a few other Asterix titles on sale but this was the only one was by it original creators Rene Goscinny and Albert Uderzo It was at half price off so it was very hard not to buyDespite it being half price off truth be told I was hesitating to getting it It is not that I don't enjoy Franco Belgian comics I enjoy Herge's Tintin and Peyo's Smurfs It was that the first few Asterix I read I didn't uite get the European style of humor But that changed with this volumeI thought the premise was idiotic Vikings who wanted to know the meaning of fear They were not even called Vikings here but Normans and although Normans may be related to Vikings they didn't settle in France a few centuries later Although since the word Norman actually means northman it was technically correct to refer to them here as NormansAnother plot involved the city kid that is Asterix's chief's nephew His father was worried that Justforkix was getting soft sent him to Asterix's village to grow up a littleI was initially puzzled how this two plots would merge as the story ends but it does beautifully I thought it was corny at first but I ended up laughing at tbe last few pages as the graphic album winded down It also helped that Uderzo has just a great comic style that blended seamlessly with Goscinny's plots and wordsThis volume helped make me a believer It was plain to see why Goscinny and Uderzo were considered legends of Franco Belgian comics

  6. Sandy Sandy says:

    FINALLY The Northmen found their match And a little spoiled city brat learned to keep his gap tightly closed and grow the hell up Asterix does it again

  7. Aldi Aldi says:

    My fav Asterix of all times 3

  8. Judy Judy says:

    humor history superheroes word play satire stereotypesMy French grandfather thoroughly enjoyed anything to do with word play so this aspect of the book 'feels right' BUT what a challenge for the translators What's punny in one language is probably not so in the other One of these days I'll read the original French version and hopefully my French is strong enough to appreciate the work of the translatorsI may pick up another volume in this series

  9. David Sarkies David Sarkies says:

    Resistance to modernism29 September 2012 Once again this entire adventure takes place in the little village we know so well One of Chief Vitalstatistix's nephews has been sent from Lutetia Paris out to Amorica to toughen him up and as it turns out he comes across as one of those young people who do not understand the concept of work He arrives in a sporty chariot made in Milan which made me think of the Ferarri and in a way brings the idea of the city life out to the country However the album is than this because way up north in Scandanavia the Norsemen who are the Normans want to learn the meaning of fear so that they might be able to fly so they jump in a boat and sail to a random place which happens to be this little village we know so well to find out all about fear There are uite a few jokes about Normans and conuests here and a part of me when I read this album about ten years ago thought it was wrong However and I have not researched this I suspect that the Normans originally were Vikings that during the period of the Viking invasions came and settled in the region known now as Normandy The Vikings actually did that uite a lot There was a period of English history when the Danes pretty much controlled a large chunk of central England which at the time was called the Dane Law Further there are a number of jokes about how the Normans were not actually supposed to arrive for a few centuries yet Now I understand that Asterix is not necessarily supposed to be historically accurate but one thing that it is is satire As I read this one I came to understand what the whole basis of these albums are supposed to be As I said it is not necessarily political or social criticism but rather satire The idea that I came across is that struggle that exists between the pastoral idealism of the country and the modernising influence of the city Where the little village we know so well reflects the tranuil idealism of the country the Romans reflect the modernising influence that is rolling out over our world Many of us on the modernising side like to see our ideas as being progress however being on the intellectual university trained side we fail to see the pleasant aspects of a rural setting where things do not change and have not changed for years For instance we have the green grass the singing birds the communal feasts and the general aspect where everybody knows everybody else However there tends to be a resistance among such places against the modernising influence as can be represented by Cacofonix the bard The truth is that it is not that Cacofonix is playing modern music it is simply that he cannot sing and cannot play music at all When the Lutetian tells him that he will be a hit in Lutetia it is not because he is any good it is because the variety of tastes that come about in the big city will mean that people will actually come to see that maybe this person that cannot play music for the life of him is simply somebody who is experimenting and trying something new

  10. Mohammed Mortada Mohammed Mortada says:

    Fear is essential and vital to know your strength limits of you abilities Also this the first volume where Cacofonix is not beaten at the last page

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