Excellent. A somewhat later volume that shows Hergé’s increasing sophistication in regards to world events. No longer is he about stereotypes, but he actually seems to care about history and its impact on individuals. This is the result of influence from a Chinese student friend of his, who appears in this book and then in later books (Tintin in Tibet).
Posted by: mlawrencekey | February 24, 2011
Review: The Blue Lotus
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