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ISBN 978-1-906587-70-3     Arna fhoilsiú le cabhair ón gComhairle Ealaíon agus Litríocht Éireann

Le Hergé     Leagan Gaeilge le Gabriel Rosenstock      Le foilsú 2019

CISTE CASTAFIORE

 

Amhránaí mór le rá í Bianca Castafiore, Éan Ceoil Milano mar a thugtar uirthi. Nuair a thugann sí cuairt ar an gCaptaen Haileabó i Radharc na Mara, scaiptear ráfla go bhfuil focal is lámh eatarthu, rud a chuireann an Captaen ar buile. An chéad rud eile, tá na meáin ag triall ar Radharc na Mara agus nuair a sciobtar seoid luachmhar an amhránaí – smaragaid – tá ina rírá ceart. Cuirtear an milleán ar na Giofóga ach ní dóigh le Tintin gurb iad na Giofóga na coirpigh sa chás seo. Cás casta, cás thar a bheith suimiúil!

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CISTE CASTAFIORE

 

Bianca Castafiore, the world-famous diva, visits Capten Haileabó at Radharc na Mara. The tabloid press pick up on a story that she and the Captain plan to marry, and soon the Captain’s home becomes the centre of media attention. As the news hacks search for newsworthy nuggets, Bianca Castafiore’s priceless jewellery become centre stage in this intriguing adventure. Castafiore’s most treasured emerald goes missing, and accusations are rife as Tintin and the police try and identify the thieving culprit. Will the diva’s woes be assuaged by the search for her most glittering jewel?

 

ISBN 978-1-906587-70-3     Published with support from the Arts Council and Literature Ireland

By Hergé    Translated by Gabriel Rosenstock    Published in 2019

64 pages, paperback, 215mm x 295mm     © Hergé Moulinsart    tintin.com

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