Lupin Reviews

Dear Reader: I am just starting to review the Netflix series Lupin: Dans l’ombre d’Arsène (Lupin: In the shadow of Arsène), the week before the New Year, 12022 HE.

I hope that you find meaning, as I have, in these episodes inspired by the classic French stories by Maurice Leblanc, and updated for modern times by Omar Sy.

I mention this in each review, when I match a story to the episode (actually, often several different stories are mentioned in a single episode) that I listened to the stories, especially one in particular, on …)

“Passons à la magie ” :

Ch. 1: Part 1, ep. 1,

Ch. 2: Part 1, ep. 2, posting the first Friday after the New Year

Ch. 3: Part 1, ep. 3, posting French Friday (sorry, this one had a bit less French…)

Ch. 4: Part 1, ep. 4,

Ch. 5: Part 1, ep. 5,

Ch. 6: Part 2, ep. 1,

Ch. 7: Part 2, ep. 2,

Ch. 8: Part 2, ep. 3,

Chptr 9 (part 2, ep. 4),

and the last episode of Part 2: Chapter 10.

Now, we anxiously await the arrival of Part 3, Mr. Sy!! 🙂

Thoughtful Readers:

Action Prompt:

      Share your thoughts on how story, like that of Assane Diop, inspires problem-solving, and might keep all children safe, please, and  feel free to share your thoughts on how we Human Beings might start to build a more fully inclusive society for all of us.  If you are inspired to write a book, story, post or tweet that uses these thoughts, we would love to hear about it here.


Click here to read, if you like:

Narrative and Prose Nonfiction,     

Holistic High School Lessons,

           or Historical Fiction Serial Stories


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9 thoughts on “Lupin Reviews

    1. Thank you, Karen: I’ve been comparing them, most of the time, in my reviews, but not systematically. I have listened to some of the stories, like L’aiguille creuse, on, but I’ll also have a listen to the Radio France emission, asap!

      Many thanks,

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