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ISSUE 2 OF THE NEW QUARTERLY REVIEW
Whether they are mysterious, have treasure, are at the end of the world, are rocks or atolls... what is the fantastic power of fascination exercised by islands, to which Hergé himself, who addresses this theme in several books, was very sensitive?
40 pages of panoramic views of distant and fabulous islands, where Tintin acts as our guide, having explored some very unique ones, from the Black Island in Scotland to the pirate island in Red Rackham’s Treasure. From the South Pacific, where an "ephemeral" island popped up and eventually sank back into the depths within a few years, to Robinson Crusoe island, formerly Mas-a-Tierra, where the shipwrecked man who inspired Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe ran aground, we take you on a journey of discovery through these mysterious worlds.