Métro Châtelet, Brooklyn Station (Valerian) Themes & Motifs

Pierre Christin
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Greed

Currency is an important part of most societies, and many people have a desire to have more money and possessions. That same kind of greed is what drives the story line in this novel, with two broad examples. The anger and fighting between Crocbattler and Rackalust is second only to the greed of the two major corporate firms that fight over the technology they hope will make them rich.

Crocbattler and Rackalust have stolen some items that were precious and holy to a race of people with little hope. The two disguise themselves as gods and steal the icons from the Zomuk shrine. That shrine is vital to the people of Zomuk because they are living in squalor. Their only hope for a better life is that a god will somehow save them. That means that the actions of Crocbattler and Rackalust are the equivalent of...

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