Le Lotus bleu

Hergé


Le Lotus bleu

Le Lotus bleu

  • Title: Le Lotus bleu
  • Author: Hergé
  • ISBN: 9782203001046
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover



Alors qu il est toujours l h te du Maharadjah, Tintin re oit la visited un chinois qui doit lui dire quelque chose de tr s important Mais au moment de parler, le chinois est touch par une fl chette de poison qui rend fou Avant de sombrer dans la d mence, le malheureux le temps de prononcer deux choses Shanga et Mitsuhirato.Tintin, d sireux de faire la lumi re suAlors qu il est toujours l h te du Maharadjah, Tintin re oit la visited un chinois qui doit lui dire quelque chose de tr s important Mais au moment de parler, le chinois est touch par une fl chette de poison qui rend fou Avant de sombrer dans la d mence, le malheureux le temps de prononcer deux choses Shanga et Mitsuhirato.Tintin, d sireux de faire la lumi re sur ce nouveau myst re, d cide donc de se rendre au Japon Durant les premiers jours de son voyage, il manque plusieurs fois de se faire tuer, mais un jeune chinois semble veiller sur lui, et lui vites la mort Tintin finit par rencontrer Mitsuhirato, qui lui certifie avoir envoy un missaire pour le pr venir de rester aupr s du Maharadjah.Mais Mitsuhirato n est il pas tout simplement un fieff menteur Tintin d cide d enqu ter.


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Le Lotus bleu = The Blue Lutos (Tintin, #5), Hergé تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1978 میلادیعنوان: گل آبی؛ عنوان دیگر: ماجراهای تن تن و میلو (نیلوفر آبی)؛ اثر هرژه؛ مترجم: اسمردیس؛ تهران، ونوس، 1357؛ در 70 ص؛عنوان: گل آبی؛ عنوان دیگر: ماجراهای تن تن و میلو (نیلوفر آبی )؛ اثر هرژه؛ مترجم: گروه نشر رایحه اندیشه؛ ته [...]

After Tintin's travels in the Middle East and India he continues his investigation into the the mysterious drug-running organisation with the trial running into China. Set just prior to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria for the first time Hergé drops his European views and actually shows sympathy for the oppressed. Tintin teams up with the local Chinese to try and defeat the opium druglords and Japanese oppressors. He also dispels myths commonly held by Western society of the time which vilifi [...]

Tintin desta vez está na China tentando desmantelar o tráfico internacional de ópio,com a ajuda de  uma sociedade secreta  chamada “Os filhos do dragão”.Tintin também tenta  descobrir um antídoto para um poderoso veneno que deixa as pessoas malucas.O lótus azul é com certeza a mais famosa história de Hergé e tem um fundo histórico relacionado com o conflito entre Japão e China que ocorria na época.

This time, Tintin visits China and makes a short trip to India as well. The Blue Lotus refers to an opium den by the name. Tintin is called to Shanghai but when he starts sniffing out a drug trading ring, he is in danger. The book is also a strong indictment of the Japanese occupation of China. Hergé was highly influenced by one of his Chinese friends in the writing of this book.The stereotypical Chinese is fully represented in the story. But the satire in The Blue Lotus is brilliant and can st [...]

This, the fifth entry in the Tintin series, is the first one with anti-racist content. Much of the essence of this story is Orientalist, and the presentation of both Chinese and Japanese characters is crude caricature. However, it is refreshing to see Tintin politely but firmly stand up to a racist British settler: "Your conduct is disgraceful, sir!" Likewise, Tintin and his new friend Chang have an exchange in which Tintin says that "different peoples don't know enough about each other," then s [...]

قريتها من زمااااان جدا و موش فاكرة حاجه محددة عشان اقدر اكتبهالكم عنها فى المراجعه لكن اللى فاكراه من ايامها انى كنت باعشق السلسلة دى عموما من ساعة ما اكتشفتها في مكتبة المدرسة وسط قصص قديمة للأطفال ، و كانت اكتشافي الثاني أيامها في هذه المكتبة بعد اكتشافي الأول لـ (المغامرو [...]

Written around 1934 as a sequel to 'Cigars of the Pharaohs', in the 'Blue Lotus' Tintin's vacation in India is interrupted and he ends up in China during the time of Japanese occupation and in the midst of opium trafficking Herge includes many real historical events of that time in this story

Tintin with Snowy company, interrupt their time to India to visit China on false alarm. But on his back he is caught on a ring of opium smugglers and has to investigate a madding-poisonbut he is in danger. His enemies, the drug traders try to murder him several times, to frame him as spy or murderer. Tintin teams with an older Chinese to find the main drug deal behind the scenes and during the investigation makes a good friend Chang!The scene i liked more is when Tintin and Chang sharing the cla [...]

As expected!! The plot is very intrigue!! It has a lot of incidents before the main plot starts, there are interesting twists!! This part is not very gripping like the first part!! The main antagonist was not revealed til the end and his role is very brief when compared to that of his in the previous episode! The allies of the main villain was given a lot of scope and their role was very constructively narrated!!I think u may not find this very much interesting and at the same time not very much [...]

This book immediately starts at the end of the Cigars of the Pharaoh. With this book, Herge becomes more provocative, as he takes on Japan's militarism and imperialism. The book was so stinging in its daring revelation of Japan's encroachments into China that the Japanese ambassador to Belgium (Herge was Belgian)filed a diplomatic protest. But Herge was right.

ফারাওয়ের চুরুটের এর কাহিনী এখানে কন্টিনিউ করেছে। কিন্তু ফারাওয়ের চুরুটের মত এতটা মজার এবং ধরে রাখার মত ছিল না। তবে কম মজার এবং ধরে রাখার মত-ও ছিল না।

nwhytevejournal/2194952ml[return][return]The Blue Lotus really is the first proper Tintin book - a huge step up from Cigars of the Pharaoh. Herg� takes Tintin to the real 1931 Japanese invasion of China, and is firmly and passionately on the side of the Chinese, both versus the Japanese and the Europeans in the Shanghai concession (one of whom in real life would have bee a very young J.G. Ballard). Apparently this came about because a priest who worked with Chinese students at Leuven contacted [...]

The Blue Lotus is a special one for a few reasons, it’s got a pretty fantastic cover and some wonderful large panels, especially when entering towns, and perhaps most important to the history of Tintin, the introduction of Chang – who becomes vital to a future adventure.Another twisty tale with some great double-bluffs, perhaps the most impressive thing about this one is the changes Herge makes to his research. The setting is much more accurately rendered in terms of dress and backdrops, cha [...]

The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can't be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking. The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed. Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge (Georges Remi) can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin. His ideas were ahead [...]

This wonderful book evokes a lot of memories When I was a kid my parents sent me to learn French at one of the many Institute Francais spread around the world. It was difficult, boring, and none of my friends seemed to care about it. Looking back, perhaps the only reason I stuck with it was that the Institute had a wonderful library, and in that library there was the entire collection of the Adventures of Tintin Les Aventures de Tintin. I can't even begin to describe what I liked about this coll [...]

Loved this one! Picking up from where 'Cigars of the Pharaoh' left off, Tintin and Snowy continue on their adventure in Asia. The story moves faster in this one and ties up loose ends, all with a worthy climax. It's also interesting to witness the use of the political milieu of the time as the basis for the story. My favourite part was early on in the book when a group of white men at the 'Occidental' club are discussing the 'benevolence' of western civilisation. The satire is brilliant and this [...]

Action packed adventure stretching from England to India and on to Shanghai. Drug smugglers and crazy fakirs who try to through drug induced darts at people.

I remember this one. Humourous and engaging as always. Tintin was always my favourite as a kid!

Loved this. Old Shanghai has never looked better. Nanjing Road as fields though China has changed.

عودة بعد غياب عدة أشهر لـ تان تان ومغامراته الممتعة. يتميز هذا العدد بألوانه ونزعته الإنسانية في موقفه من الصينين على عكس أول عددين بروحهم العنصرية.

Dari semua komik Tintin yang saya baca (yang jumlahnya belum melebihi angka 5), Lotus Biru adalah yang paling bagus.

قصص جميلة ومثيرة مثلما اِشتُهِر عنهاالتقييم على التشويق والمغامرة في القصة،تنتمي مغامراتها للعالم الواقعي أحيانًا وأحيانًا أخرى يكون ممزوج بعالم الفانتازيا اللذيذولا شك بأن هناك اسقاطات منها على الواقع----------القصة مشهورة ووصلت مسامعي من فترة طويلة لكن كان عندي فكرة ان دي [...]

By this time Herge has been able to put up better conspiracy, propaganda and suspense in his stories :D. ১৯৩১ সালে চলমান জাপানিজ ট্রুপের চীনের সাংহাই বন্দর দখলের চেষ্টা , চীনে জাপানি অবরোধ প্রলম্বিত করার উদ্দেশ্যে শাংহাই- ন্যাংকিং রেইলট্র্যাকের অংশ বিশ [...]

I give this The Blue Lotus 5 stars because this is what I wanted Tintin to become. Herge has by now completely changed Tintin into an artistic, historically accurate, funny but not goofy, mysterious, detailed work of art and all the loose ends have been fixed so my expectations have been met so from here on out I shall only be surprised to see more. This volume continues the mystery from the previous volume The Cigars of the Pharaoh. To start with, this is the most striking and beautiful Tintin [...]

The best of the Tintin stories so far (I'm reading and rating them in order of publication): Hergé has really hit his stride with The Blue Lotus.Nicely plotted with lots of intrigue to which we, the reader, are more privy than Tintin. An interesting device to increase narrative tension: "No, Tintin - don't trust him!"Hergé, it seems, seeks to atone for his previously less than flattering representation of non-European cultures by rather heavy-handedly debunking some then-prevalent stereotypes [...]

The Tintin stories for anyone who has read them and understands their history can't be viewed as anything other than groundbreaking. The beginnings of these stories have been around as long as the Lord of the Rings, the illustration and environments in the Tintin books are accurate and extremely detailed. Anyone who has spent even a little time exploring Herge (Georges Remi) can see the painstaking research and adversity he worked through to compose the world around Tintin. His ideas were ahead [...]

This is one of all-time favourite Tintin books. I even have a ceramic replica of Tintin climbing out of the Oriental vase at The Blue Lotus, which is an iconic Tintin image. Compared to the previous Tintin instalments, the drawing seems more detailed, especially in the backgrounds. Also, make no mistakeis not really a children's book, as it explores some pretty 'adult' themes, e.g. The fight against racism and racial stereotypes, madness, and political/ media manipulation by the Japanese, which [...]

Creo que en esta historia Hergé empieza a pulir las bases para esa gran historieta que terminaría siendo Tintín. Acá, en vez de armar a sus personajes extranjeros en base a estereotipos prefabricados, el autor por lo menos se tomó la molestia de hacerse un amigo chino para meterse un poco más en la cultura oriental, e incluso se burla de los prejuicios dentro de la misma historia. Y aunque después caería de nuevo en varios estereotipos nefastos, sobre todo a la hora de recorrer América [...]

Finally, Tintin actually does something that isn't just a coincidence! Hooray! The Japanese characters are pretty racist here, but this was right around the onset of World War II. Also, Herge fictionalizes the Mukden Incident with similar consequences in his story: the Japanese blow up a railway line, blame it on Chinese rebels, and use it as an excuse to bring more troops into China. In real life, this led to the Japanese annexation of Manchuria.

Again, Herge at his best in commenting on the political and social situation of China and Japan. A sequel to Cigars of the Pharaoh, with Rastapopoulos continuing as the villain. Too many characters though, and almost all of them corrupt and villainous?


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