On the Existential Beauty of Peanuts
We mostly know it superficially, as a series of iconic images - Charlie Brown with his head down, Snoopy perched on top of a doghouse, Linus clutching his baby blanket, Pigpen with a cloud of dirt behind him. But beyond those images is a melancholic masterpiece. The longest-running meditation on loneliness, defeat, and alienation ever in popular American art.
In case you don't make it to the end of the article, here's a great related piece on Donna Wold, Schultz's actual red-haired girl.
By: dave
Tuesday, Nov 10th 2015 (4:35am) | Thanks: digg
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Date: 11/10/15 @ 03:36 PM
A good read but it's unlikely that I'd heading to a "theater near you" for it.

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