Herge: The Man Who Created Tintin (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
2009-10-29
Förlag
OUP USA
Översättare
Charles Ruas
Dimensioner
242 x 165 x 24 mm
Vikt
545 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
BB
ISBN
9780195397598
Herge: The Man Who Created Tintin (inbunden)

Herge: The Man Who Created Tintin

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In this book Pierre Assouline reveals the life and art of Tintin's Belgian creator, Georges Prosper Remi, better known as 'Herg'. Assouline has had privileged access to personal papers to explore Herg's life and work and the fascinating ways in which the two intertwine.
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Boyd Tonkin, The Independent A succinct, illuminating and doggedly researched investigation.


Adrian Tahourdin, TLS Thorough and sympathetic chronicle.


The Independent on Sunday Meticulous detail...An intriguing biography.


Iain Finlayson, The Times This is a thorough, well-considered, level-headed biography.


James Lovegrove, Financial Times Assouline has sketched a portrait of Herge that is as clean and concise as one of the man's own drawings.


James Lovegrove, Financial Times Smoothly translated by Charles Ruas.


John Carey, The Sunday Times It is hard to imagine the job being done better.


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<br>Pierre Assouline is a prominent French journalist and writer. He has written several novels as well as acclaimed biographies of photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and detective novelist Georges Simenon. He is also a film producer and was the 2007 winner of the prestigious Prix de la Langue Fran aise. <br>Charles Ruas is the author of Conversations with American Writers and a frequent contributor to ArtNews and Art in America.<br>