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  1. An essay about Babar by Adam Gropnik complicates the picture:

    “The de Brunhoffs’ saga is not an unconscious expression of the French colonial imagination; it is a self-conscious comedy about the French colonial imagination and its close relation to the French domestic imagination.

    “The de Brunhoffs’ saga is not an unconscious expression of the French colonial imagination; it is a self-conscious comedy about the French colonial imagination and its close relation to the French domestic imagination.”

    The complications seem to me to enhance rather than to detract from bringing up Babar in the first place.