Peanuts 2023 December 06 – The Post

Peanuts 2023 December 06 – The Post

the Peanuts It is the most famous comic book in the world, and was published daily between 1950 and 2000, when its author, Charles Schultz, died at the age of 77. Even today, exact copies of the tapes are distributed and published daily in newspapers in dozens of countries around the world: in Italy, by mail. The popularity and influence of the strip – and its most famous characters, especially Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and Linus – has extended over time to all media and daily life around the world, through their characters, jokes, rooting habits, and an extraordinary amount of highly effective proverbs and quotations. The frustrations, insecurities, fantasies, and anxieties of children’s characters have always mirrored those of adult readers, adding the childlike tenderness that has always fascinated child readers: building success between very different generations over time. The name Peanuts was chosen by the tape’s distributor citing the name of the children’s audience of the television show at the time, and Schulz was always said to have disliked it. But as Lucy Van Pelt says, “The older you get, the less certain you are about a lot of things.”

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