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Tintin books: censorship in Iran

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#11 · Posted: 7 Jul 2004 16:36
Ah, Tintinesque, I see you're also a UToronto student...
#12 · Posted: 9 Jul 2004 03:38
Welcome to our community, tintinesque. Thanks for introducing the interesting topic on censorship of Tintin books in Iran.

tintinesque wrote: I have another example up on the blog, for anyone who'se interested.

Here is a bit more information - just to help make the discussion flow better: the new example provided by tintinesque is the cover of the Persian edition of "The Castafiore Emerald", which shows subtle changes to the diva's dress to make her decent and modest - by Islamic standards.

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