Remember that time when I punched you in the nose? Les recres du Petit Nicolas Truth be told, this time around, I might have found the stories to be more rewarding if I had had to work harder when reading them. Above all, the book reminds readers of their childhood, when we are free to do everything and brave to think of everything. Trivia About Le Petit Nicolas. Lovely visit with childhood friends. The boy who is always in trouble.
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Early life[ edit ] Goscinny was born in Paris in , to a family of Jewish immigrants from Poland. He had a habit of being the "class clown", probably to compensate for a natural shyness.
He started drawing very early on, inspired by the illustrated stories which he enjoyed reading. The next year, he got his first job, as an assistant accountant in a tire recovery factory. When he was laid off the following year, he became a junior illustrator in an advertising agency. He served at Aubagne , in the st Alpine Infantry Battalion. Promoted to senior corporal , he became the appointed artist of the regiment and drew illustrations and posters for the army.
First works[ edit ] The following year, Goscinny worked on an illustrated version of the Balzac short story The Girl with the Golden Eyes.
On arrival he went through the most difficult period of his life. For a while, he was jobless, alone and in poverty. There he met Albert Uderzo , with whom he started a longtime collaboration. The syndicate launched publications like Clairon for the factory union and Pistolin for a chocolate company. Goscinny and Uderzo cooperated on the series Bill Blanchart in Jeannot, Pistolet in Pistolin and Benjamin et Benjamine in the magazine of the same name.
In , Goscinny began a collaboration with Tintin magazine. An early creation with Uderzo, Oumpah-pah , was also adapted for serial publication in Tintin from The series was an instant hit and remains popular worldwide.
The magazine was bought by Georges Dargaud in , and Goscinny became editor-in-chief. With Raymond Macherot he created Pantoufle for Spirou. Family[ edit ] Goscinny married Gilberte Pollaro-Millo in In their daughter Anne Goscinny , who also became an author, was born. In accordance with his will, most of his money was transferred to the chief rabbinate of France. It was the first public statue in Paris dedicated to a comic book author.
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