Analyzing Pastis's History

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The author is forced to push two feelings and two intonations: a naive, childish, kind tone of a Pig and a gray determined unhappy way of perceiving the future be a boy. It is precisely the collision of these intonations that creates the effect of emotion, recognition and gives the opportunity to reconsider our attitude to both dreams and socially constructed plans.
The author avoids captions to provide the entire space of a comic strip for heroes and not to show his attitude to what is happening: he is not a lumpy Pig who believes that the box can fly away and does not condemn the boy for giving up training for flying. However, Pastis's history contains a similar story. (Heintjes) So, this strip is a part of his experience. The presence
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