Asterix the gladiator / written by René Goscinny ; and illustrated by Albert Uderzo ; translated by Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge.
Contributor(s): Uderzo | Uderzo | Uderzo [illustrator.] | Bell, Anthea [translator.] | Hockridge, Derek [translator.] | Uderzo [author.] | Bell, Anthea | Hockridge, Derek | Uderzo, Albert.Material type: TextSeries: Goscinny, Asterix adventure: bk. 4.; Goscinny, Asterix adventure: #4.; Goscinny, Asterix adventure: 4.Publisher: London : Orion, 2005Edition: Revised edition.Description: 48 pages : illustrations, color map ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780752866116.Subject(s): Astérix (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile fiction | Obelix (Fictitious character : Uderzo) -- Comic books, strips, etc. -- Juvenile fiction | Comic books, strips, etc. -- France -- Juvenile fiction | Caricatures and cartoons -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories. | Graphic novels. DDC classification: 741.5
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
When Cacofonix the bard is taken to Rome as a present for Julius Caesar, Asterix and Obelix set out to rescue him, sailing with master salesman Ekonomikrisis, the Phoenician merchant. How do our Gaulish friends come to end up training as gladiators? The next Games in the Circus Maximus are not quite what Caesar and the Roman public expect...
This ed. of this translation originally published: 2004.
This translation originally published: Leicester: Brockhampton, 1969. -When the bard is taken to Rome as a present for Caesar, Asterix and Obelix set out to rescue him, sailing with a Phoenician merchant. But how do our Gaulish friends come to end up training as gladiators?
This translation originally published: Leicester: Brockhampton, 1969.
Translated from the French.
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