Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

by Hergé; trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner (Methuen, 1962)

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A straightforward travel adventure with a touch of mysticism and, unusually for Tintin, no antagonist (and no guns!). Although Hergé plays with reader expectations and includes plenty of slapstick, this volume carries a bleakness that appears reflective of his own inner turmoil.



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