Tintin Translated Into A New Language. Broad Scots.

Clawr Ynys Ddu Scots_Layout 1Tintin has been translated into over seventy languages. Well now it has another. Broad Scots.

It has been translated by Dr Susan Rennie of Glasgow University, who worked from the original French versions..'The Black Island, or The Derk Isle as it now is, will be available in bookstores and Rennie talked about the process on BBC Radio 4 this morning.

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