Asterix the Gaul - Section 4 (34A-44B) Summary & Analysis

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Section 4 (34A-44B) Summary

Crismus Bonus and Marcus Ginantonicus plot against Caesar and ask for the recipe to be written so that they can make more of the potion when they need it. Crismus Bonus decides to test his new strength, but he is only able to lift a small pebble. Marcus Ginantonicus points out that this is unimpressive. Crismus Bonus is angry and accuses Getafix of making a non-magical brew. Getafix laughingly promises that the concoction is magical. Asterix and Getafix convulse into laughter as Crismus Bonus and Marcus Ginantonicus try to determine what to do to the Gauls. Suddenly, the Romans realize that they are all growing their hair very quickly. Crismus Bonus begs Getafix for the antidote to the hair potion, but Asterix and Getafix decide that they are too tired to make it today and must retire to their...

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