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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for November 01, 1991

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    MrJamie1062  almost 6 years ago

    No, I GUESS it HAD NEVER occurred to Linus, that the Great Pumpkin could actually be a SHE—-after all, the GP does not exist, so, if you THINK about it, you could have ANY fictional being(whether it exists in folklore, like Santa Claus, or not, like the Great Pumpkin), you could have them be EITHER male OR female, really. Schulz was clever, the way he could have his characters represent feelings of “surprise”, or “startledness,” in various ways(like he does with Linus, in Panels 3 and 4, by having Linus’ hair stand on end), or when he would draw someone doing a flip, to represent startled feelings, like being startled, at being yelled at.

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    tdoug1  about 4 years ago

    Ahh No wonder it didn’t show up!

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