Crossing the Cultural Divide

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Crossing the Cultural Divide: the Gaffes of an Englishman in Italy tells the laugh-out-loud tales of Hugh Stalwart, an English teacher who decides to move to Italy. It’s the story of a man who tries to blend into Italian life and culture as inconspicuously as he can, but who keeps running into trouble and making terrible gaffes, both linguistic and cultural. Over twenty years of Stalwart’s life and times are traced through a series of snapshots which provide insights into the Italian way of life and the British in Italy.
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edizioni simple
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Published on
Sep 29, 2012
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Pages
296
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ISBN
9788862596893
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Language
English
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Genres
Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs
Humor / Form / Essays
Humor / Topic / Relationships
Travel / Europe / Italy
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This content is DRM protected.
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