Heidegger in the Congo  

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"Claire Bretécher (1940 - 2020) created the unimpressionable teenager Agrippine, reader of the fictional Heidegger in the Congo (1988), a particularly un-PC joke on Tintin in the Congo (1931)." --Sholem Stein

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Heidegger in the Congo (Heidegger au Congo) is the title of a fictional comic book read by Agrippine on the cover of the first volume of Agrippine comic book series. It is a spoof on The Adventures of Tintin.

The book is mentioned in "Negroes" by Alain David.

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