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He said that banning it would set a dangerous precedent for the availability of works by other historical authors, such as Charles Dickens or Jules Vernewhich contain similar stereotypes of non-white ethnicities. 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.

Destination Adventure The Adventures of Tintin: Tintin gains the admiration of the natives, making the Babaorum witch-doctor Muganga jealous. Philippe Goddin stated that the scene in which Tintin shoots a herd of antelope was “enough to upset even the least kuifej reader” in the 21st century.

Kuifje in Congo/Afrika

The Adventures of Tintin. Retrieved 19 February Heller, Maxwell 10 December Tintin in the Congo shows Dongo taking part in what Michael Farr described as “the wholesale and gratuitous slaughter” of animals; over the course of the AdventureTintin shoots several antelopekills an ape to wear its skin, rams a rifle on into a crocodile’s open mouth, injures an elephant for ivory, stones a buffalo, and in earlier editions drills a hole into a rhinoceros before planting dynamite in its body, blowing it up from the inside.


Cendrowicz, Leo 4 May Assouline, Pierre []. Pleban, Dafna 7 November Lindell, Karin 22 August He also made several changes to the story, cutting many of the references to Belgium and colonial kuifue. The CRE called on bookshops to remove the comic, stating that it contained “hideous racial prejudice” by depicting Congolese who “look like monkeys and talk like imbeciles.

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The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. Muganga and the stowaway plot to kill Tintin and make it look like a leopard attack, but Tintin survives and saves Muganga from a boa constrictor ; Muganga pleads mercy and ends his hostilities.

Chukri, Rakel 6 October Kiufje, Colin 12 July Archived from the original on 27 February Farr saw the colour version as poorer than the black and white original; he said it had lost its “vibrancy” and “atmosphere”, and that the new depiction of the Congolese landscape was unconvincing and more like a European zoo than the “parched, dusty expanses of reality”.

A lion knocks Tintin unconscious, but Snowy rescues him by biting off its tail. Tintin in America In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, several campaigners and writers characterised Tintin in the Congo as racist due to its portrayal of the Congolese as infantile and stupid.

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The Secret of the Unicorn Archived from the original on 16 June In JulyBritish human rights lawyer David Enright complained to the United Kingdom’s Commission for Racial Equality CRE that he kuivje across the book in the children’s section of Borders bookshop while shopping with his wife and two sons. I only knew things about these countries that people said at the time: White mister is big juju man!


The incident, nicknamed “Tintin-gate”, led to heated discussions in mainstream im social media concerning accusations of racism and censorship. Retrieved 6 June Retrieved 2 October Shortly after, Swedish-Belgian Jean-Dadaou Monyas filed a similar complaint, which was supported by Afrosvenskarna, an interest group for Swedes of African descent.

When Tintin in the Congo was first released by the series’ Scandinavian publishers inthey objected to page 56, where Kufje drills a hole into a live rhinocerosfills it with dynamite, and blows it up. Archived from the original PDF on Retrieved 3 November The stowaway attempts to capture Tintin again and eventually succeeds disguised as a Catholic missionary.

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Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner translators. Archived from the original on 18 October Although publishers worldwide had made it available for many years, English publishers refused to publish Tintin in the Congo because of its racist content. A monkey kidnaps Snowy, but Tintin saves him by disguising himself as another monkey.

Archived from the original on 22 August Tintin and the Secret of Literature. The Metamorphoses of Tintin, or Tintin for Adults.

The next morning, Tintin, Snowy, and Coco crash their car into a train, which the reporter fixes and tows to ouifje village of the Babaorum [a] tribe. He argued that it reflected the average Belgian view of Congolese people at the time, one that was more “patronising” than malevolent. Archived from the original on 19 October I, Tintin Tintin and I Kuper, Cogno 11 October By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.