Book Moulinsart Tintin Chez les Belges FR (2011)
Everything is Belgian in Tintin but Hergé has contrived to muddy the waters, to disguise the names of the characters and the streets, to erase the brands of beers, cars, motorcycles, to reinterpret the landscapes or the patois of Brussels, to Flanders and Wallonia ... 64 pages.
Le Soir offers its readers an exceptional album: Tintin chez les Belges. A Tintin with the scent of Sabena, waffle molds and Syldaves with a very local accent. 64 pages illustrated and prefaced by Philippe Geluck. A hardcover album in square format, stuffed with rare images and unpublished illustrations. Summary of the album: An initiative of Moulinsart and the Belgian press groups, Le Soir and Sudpresse. This album, in the same format as Tintin in Papa's Congo, reminds us that everything is Belgian in Tintin! But Hergé has worked hard to cover the tracks, to disguise the names of the characters and the streets, to erase the brands of beers, cars, motorcycles, and reinterpret the landscapes or the dialects of Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia. .. The book presents unpublished documents, facts rarely put forward and constitutes an excellent "dictionary of belgitude" for the use of all readers of Tintin, near or far from Belgium, who do not always understand what it is. is this mysterious country.
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- Books and albums
- © Hergé
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- Dimensions L x w x h (cm)
- 23.10 x 1.20 x 14.90
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