Unlike more colourful characters that he encounters, Tintin's personality is neutral, which allows the reader not merely to follow the adventures but assume Tintin's position within the story. Combined with Hergé's signature ligne claire ("clear line") style, this helps the reader "safely enter a sensually stimulating world".
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Despite the type of weather that would call for warm winter coats, thousands of people â kids included â took to the streets in outfits identical to the children’s book character, with stripey hats, tops and black rimmed spectacles. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO. There were even some dogs dressed-up as Wally.
Weekley takes the overwhelming number of Harris and Harrison surnames as evidence that "Harry," not "Henry," was the Middle English pronunciation of Henry. Also cf. Harriet, English equivalent of French Henriette, fem. diminutive of Henri.