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The Xenophobe's Guide to the Canadians

The Xenophobe s Guide to the Canadians Highlights the unique character and behavior of the nation Frank irreverent funny almost guaranteed to cure Xenophobia

  • Title: The Xenophobe's Guide to the Canadians
  • Author: Vaughn Roste
  • ISBN: 9781902825212
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • Highlights the unique character and behavior of the nation Frank, irreverent, funny almost guaranteed to cure Xenophobia.

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    1. Dieser kleine Reiseführer wartet mit vielen Informationen auf, die jedoch nicht staubtrocken an den Leser gebracht werden, sondern amüsant und mit einem Augenzwinkern. In vielen kleinen Kapitel erfährt man alles Wichtige über das Land mit dem Ahornblatt. Kein Thema wird in die Länge gezogen und alles bleibt übersichtlich. Das Buch ist in einem leichten Englisch gehalten und kann so auch von Personen gelesen werden, die nicht sattelfest in der Sprache fühlen. Mit seinen 64 Seiten ist diese [...]

    2. My friend Melydia picked this up when we were at The Book Thing of Baltimore on Sunday and handed it to me, since she knows I am a proud demi-Canadian. I had read the title in this series on the Austrians and found it not as funny as I had hoped, but I was still intrigued by what this might have to say about Canadians. For the most part, I think it was accurate on the observations of the Canadian national psyche, the uneasy relationship with the US, and the problems of politeness, cold weather, [...]

    3. As a Canadian myself, I wanted to read this book to have a better idea of how we are perceived abroad and in order to see if it was worth reading the other xenophobe's guides. Well, I just loved it! I find that most of what it says is true, even though there is some exaggeration. It is also written in a very humorous way, which I've enjoyed. I would recommend this book to any of my international friends.

    4. Amusing, not laugh-out-loud funny. I loved The Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss and did not realize that it was a series until I was given this one as a gift.I'd read more in the series.

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