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By Peter Kessler, Albert Uderzo

It is a consultant to the sketch personality Asterix and his adventures. It comprises information regarding the books, from the problem of translating them to the historical past of Dogmatix.

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I think he had in mind—well, I almost blush to say it, Doctor—someone like me. ” He coos into Leblanc’s fleshy ear. “And who better than Vidocq, eh? ” I’m sitting down before I realize there’s a chair waiting to catch me. “Leblanc was protecting me,” I say softly. “Oh, it’s all guesswork, of course, but I look at this. . ” His hand describes the length of Leblanc’s body. “I look at that. . ” His index finger glances down on the scrap of paper. ” I have only a very dim sense of Vidocq now, weaving round me in the darkness—until his hand lands with a light explosion on my shoulder.

On one side: the arms of France and the words SURVEILLANCE ET VIGILANCE. On the other: a single surname, VIDOCQ, in triumphally raised gold letters. “Signed by the prefect himself,” he says dryly. “If that eases your mind, Dr. ” It doesn’t, how could it? It only gives me leave, finally, to call him by that name. And still I hesitate. Vidocq. Say it, for Christ’s sake. Eugène François Vidocq. Come at it in pieces, if you must, syllable by syllable. Vee. Dohk. Vee. Dohk . . Ev e n i n t h e s e early days of the Restoration, it is a famous name.

From a nearly dead man. ” He pours the thief one last glass. “I’ll certainly speak to him, if you like. ” Poulain stares into his glass, unskeining the path of his future. And having followed it as far as he can, he scratches his chin and rubs his scalp and looks up, dark-eyed, hard-mouthed. ” “Of course, my friend, of course. And I’ll tell you what, on Sundays, I’ll send over Agnès. Or else Lise. She’s good for cheering a fellow up, isn’t she? And you know what else? I’ll look in on Jeanne-Victoire when I can.

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