From the fly-leaf: “A confrontational and witty critique of European colonialism and its ongoing legacy in Africa. The author juxtaposes factual and realistic images with outrageous comic imagery and provocative text. Parodying Herge’s Tintin in the Congo(1931) he delves into the underlying racism of the colonial project and the corruption that persists in Africa today. Accompanying essay by Danie Marais. 95 pages. Contents clean and tightly bound. 1st Edition. Condition: Very good. Binding: Softcover. Thick illustrated card wraps with very light edge-wear.
Publisher: Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd
Date Published: 2010
Publication Place: Johannesburg
First Edition: Yes
Condition: Very good.
Binding: Softcover. Thick illustrated card wraps with very light edge-wear.
Dimensions: 28cm x 21.5cm x 1cm