Asterix the Gaul Themes

René Goscinny
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Cunning and Intelligence

Through Asterix the Gaul, much of the action is spurred by Asterix's cunning. When Asterix offers to accompany Getafix on his route to collect mistletoe for the strength potion, Getafix deters him by stating that though his strength comes from the potion, Asterix's intelligence and cunning is all his own, and it would be a great loss to the village if they were to lose Asterix. Asterix proves his agreement with Getafix's statement when he searches for the druid and reassures Obelix's fears that Asterix has not had the potion in a long time, by saying that he plans to use his cunning to find Getafix.

Asterix uses his cunning and intelligence to convince the ox seller to become a cart seller, and when he learns that Getafix has been taken captive, he convinces the merchant that he can make a profit in Compendium in order...

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