Petit Jean, already fascinated by Beatrix Potter’s universe and Kenneth Graham’s magic as a child, plays with our perception of the world, mixing up our reality and that of the birds. This anthropomorphism comes to a climax as he chooses to display the volatiles in a projected version of an organized world reflecting our modern human lives. Petit Jean
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