Asterix the Gaul - Section 1 (1A-11B) Summary & Analysis

René Goscinny
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Section 1 (1A-11B) Summary

Asterix the Gaul is a graphic novel written by Rene Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo. It relates the adventures of a Gaul warrior named Asterix. Asterix is a small man, but by taking a potion made by the village druid, Getafix, he is very strong and defeats many Romans. This infuriates the Romans, and they yearn to know the secret of his strength. Asterix the Gaul is a highly entertaining and comic graphic novel.

The Gauls have been conquered by Caesar and his Roman invaders. Peace reigns in Gaul between the Gauls and Romans, other than occasional German attacks. There is only one exception: a small Gaulish village in the Northwest region refuses to submit to Caesar and the Romans. Asterix, a brave warrior, hunts in the woods, and four Roman soldiers attack the small man. Asterix defeats...

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