Tintin in the New World: A Romance
Riverhead Books, 1996 - 239 pages
In this New York Times Notable Book of 1995, Tintin, who's been to the Yucatan and Tibet, to the South Seas and the Great American Plains, and even to the Moon, charts the dark, restless geography of his own mind. A song about the community of beauty, the transcendence of language, and the treachery of love.--The Village Voice. Print features.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ljhliesl - LibraryThing
Tintin! So when I happened across it, knowing nothing about it, I picked it up. It started out well, with Snowy having thoughtful asides and Tintin not knowing what to make of James N. Cain. That ... Read full review
TINTIN IN THE NEW WORLDUser Review - Kirkus
Like Tallien (1988), etc., Tuten's latest is conceptually interesting and quite the rage—a post-mod mix of high and low culture. But not all hip ideas translate into compelling fiction. Reminiscent ... Read full review