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Proust and Hergé: on some similarities between À la Recherche du temps perdu and Les Aventures de Tintin. Part II. This article forms the second part of our study, whose first part was published in Interlitteraria's previous issue. We have already underlined that Proust and Hergé both adopt the principle of the return of the characters, that their works attach a great importance to the imaginary of space and that their characters use language very specifically. We continue this comparisondoi:10.12697/il.2018.23.2.15 fatcat:bww5jiiuzfdcncegkqxfg7mhvu