History Literature / KoziolekMatolek

10th Jun '13 1:50:45 PM Korodzik
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Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek its own page]].
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Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek [[Animation/DziwnePrzygodyKoziolkaMatolka its own page]].
26th Feb '13 11:12:17 AM Korodzik
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* FurryConfusion: Matołek, and later his family, seems to be the only anthropomorphic animal around (though all animals are sapient, as usual in children's literature). The humans he meets react variously; some treat him as an ordinary person, some call for the butcher immediately upon spotting him, and then there are those who initially treat him as a human but try to make him into a stew once he displeases them.
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* FurryConfusion: Matołek, and Matołek (and later his family, almost all goats) seems to be the only anthropomorphic animal around (though all animals are sapient, as usual in children's literature). The humans he meets react variously; some treat him as an ordinary person, some call for the butcher immediately upon spotting him, and then there are those who initially treat him as a human but try to make him into a stew once he displeases them.
23rd Feb '13 10:31:39 AM nombretomado
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The main character is an anthropomorphic goat that is on his way to the town of Pacanów, where he would get his hooves shoed. A bumbling, naive character like WinnieThePooh; his adventures were surreal like a Dali painting and would take him around the world.
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The main character is an anthropomorphic goat that is on his way to the town of Pacanów, where he would get his hooves shoed. A bumbling, naive character like WinnieThePooh; Literature/WinnieThePooh; his adventures were surreal like a Dali painting and would take him around the world.
14th Feb '13 10:45:52 PM Korodzik
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[[caption-width-right:326:[-Illustration from the original comic book [[labelnote:*]]ca. 1933[[/labelnote]]-] ]]
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[[caption-width-right:326:[-Illustration from the original comic first book [[labelnote:*]]ca. 1933[[/labelnote]]-] ]]

* WhiteGloves: The protagonist wears yellow ones, actually, but still.
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* WhiteGloves: The protagonist protagonist, being white, wears yellow ones, actually, but still.ones.
14th Feb '13 10:45:16 PM Korodzik
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''Koziołek Matołek'', a name which can be translated as "Silly Billy-goat", is a character from a series of Polish children's books, created in 1933 Kornel Makuszyński (story) and Marian Walentynowicz (art). Since the books are made up of illustrations with a rhyming four-verse caption under each one, the books are usually referred to as "the first Polish comic books", even if different from the usual comic book (there is no text in the pictures themselves.) Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek its own page]].
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''Koziołek Matołek'', a name which can be translated as "Silly Billy-goat", is a character from a series of Polish children's books, created in 1933 Kornel Makuszyński (story) and Marian Walentynowicz (art). Since the The books are made up of small illustrations with a rhyming four-verse caption under each one, the books and are usually often referred to as "the first Polish comic books", even if different from the usual comic book (there is no text in the pictures themselves.) though they're better described as PictureBooks. Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek its own page]].
13th Feb '13 5:17:30 AM Korodzik
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Not what the Foreign Fanservice trope means. Unless... ...no!
* ForeignFanservice: [[{{Subversion}} Of the innocent and patriotic kind]]. His colors (white coat and red shorts) evokes the flag of Poland.

* FurryConfusion: Matołek, and later his family, seems to be the only anthropomorphic animal around. The people he meets react variously; some treat him as an ordinary human, some call for the butcher immediately upon spotting him, and then there are those who initially treat him as a human but try to make him into a stew once he displeases them.
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* FurryConfusion: Matołek, and later his family, seems to be the only anthropomorphic animal around. around (though all animals are sapient, as usual in children's literature). The people humans he meets react variously; some treat him as an ordinary human, person, some call for the butcher immediately upon spotting him, and then there are those who initially treat him as a human but try to make him into a stew once he displeases them.

* WackyWaysideTribe: The entire story is nothing but a series of these.
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* WackyWaysideTribe: The entire story Especially the first and second book is nothing but a series of these.
10th Feb '13 1:48:22 PM Korodzik
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whoops, wrong book
* HilarityInZoos: In the zoo, Koziołek proceeds to free all the animals after they describe to him their heartwrenching tales of imprisonment.
4th Feb '13 2:17:02 AM Korodzik
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Added DiffLines:
* IronicName: Despite having a name that means "silly", the protagonist isn't really stupid, and the narrative even frequently notes that he's smart and clever.
22nd Sep '12 6:26:51 AM KorenSteen
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Koziołek Matołek, a name which can be translated as "Silly Billy-goat", is a character from a series of Polish children's books, created in 1933 Kornel Makuszyński (story) and Marian Walentynowicz (art). Since the books are made up of illustrations with a rhyming four-verse caption under each one, the books are usually referred to as "the first Polish comic books", even if different from the usual comic book (there is no text in the pictures themselves.) Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek its own page]].
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Koziołek Matołek, ''Koziołek Matołek'', a name which can be translated as "Silly Billy-goat", is a character from a series of Polish children's books, created in 1933 Kornel Makuszyński (story) and Marian Walentynowicz (art). Since the books are made up of illustrations with a rhyming four-verse caption under each one, the books are usually referred to as "the first Polish comic books", even if different from the usual comic book (there is no text in the pictures themselves.) Adapted into a cartoon series that ran from 1969-1971, and which has [[Animation/KoziolekMatolek its own page]].
22nd Sep '12 6:26:17 AM KorenSteen
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* HilarityInZoos: In the zoo, Koziołek proceeds to free all the animals after they describe to him their heartwrenching tales of imprisonment.
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* HilarityInZoos: In the zoo, Koziołek proceeds to free all the animals after they describe to him their heartwrenching tales of imprisonment. imprisonment. * NoExportForYou: To date, the original books have not been translated into English.
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