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Vrielink, Jogchum 14 May The matter was eventually transferred to a civil court in April UK bookseller Waterstone’s followed suit. Tintin in the Congo Tintin au Congo Cover of the English language translation of the colour version. Cendrowicz, Leo 4 May Pleban, Dafna 7 November The Adventures of Tintin. Archived conggo the original on 6 June Archived from the original on 16 February Following on from Tintin in the Land of the Kuifne and bolstered by publicity stunts, Tintin in the Congo was a commercial success within Belgium and was also serialised in France.

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The stowaway attempts to capture Tintin again and eventually succeeds disguised as a Catholic missionary. Tintin in the Congo also came under criticism in the United States; in Octoberin response to a complaint by a patron, the Brooklyn Public Library in New York City placed the graphic novel in a locked back room, only permitting access by appointment.


Leopold the Second and the Congo Reprint ed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. University Press of Mississippi. Archived from the original on 19 October The Secret of the Unicorn They fight across a waterfall, and the stowaway is eaten by crocodiles.

Kuifje in Congo (kleuren)

Leigh Cowan, Alison 19 August Tintin captures a criminal who tried to rendezvous with the stowaway and learns that “A. The story tells of young Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowywho are sent to the Belgian Congo to report on events in the country. In doing so, he argued, they could become more European and thus civilised from the perspective of Belgian society, but that instead they ended up appearing as parodies.

Retrieved 2 October Chukri, Rakel 6 October Angered, Muganga starts a war between the Babaorum and their neighbours, the M’Hatuvu, [c] whose king leads an attack on the Babaorum village.

Kuifje in Congo/Afrika

Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy travel to the Belgian Congowhere a cheering crowd of native Congolese greet them. Archived juifje the original on 18 October Archived from the original on 6 May Tintin and the colonial police arrest the rest of the diamond smuggling gang and Tintin and Snowy return to Belgium.

Kuper, Simon 11 October This page was last edited on 31 Decemberat Archived from the original on 31 July Public prosecutors investigated and initiated a criminal case. Beckford, Martin 12 July Tintin becomes a hero in the village, and a local woman bows down to him, saying, “White man very great!


Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner translators. He meets the king, who accompanies him on a hunt the next day. Retrieved from ” https: Ascherson, Neal [].

Retrieved 22 December Visuality in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa. Archived from kuifne original PDF on Muganga and the stowaway plot to kill Tintin and make it look like a leopard attack, but Cpngo survives and saves Muganga from a boa constrictor ; Muganga pleads mercy and ends his hostilities. He argued that it reflected the average Belgian view of Congolese people at the time, one that was more “patronising” than malevolent.

Oxford and New York: Archived from the original on 1 May The altered page involved the rhinoceros running away unharmed after accidentally knocking down and triggering Tintin’s gun.

I, Tintin Tintin and I Jacobs the book’s colourist into the crowd seeing Tintin off.

Assouline, Pierre []. And I portrayed these Africans according to such criteria, in the purely paternalistic spirit which existed then in Belgium. Johns Hopkin University Press.