Histoires de bistrots et de coiffeurs

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Échanger, apprendre ensemble, se divertir, s'amuser et se cultiver: cinq objectifs que remplit l'ospucule d'Elias et Sarah Sabbah! Au programme donc de cet ouvrage: des questionnaires, des histoires drôles, des éléments culturels de tous horizons, qui serviront à affûter ou détendre son esprit, ou encore à préparer quelques animations pour les amis. Une mine d'informations et d'humour que ce volume qui compte encore sur vous, sur votre curiosité, sur vos découvertes et recherches pour s'enrichir et s'étoffer... Cet ouvrage se lit facilement en tout lieu, à tout moment, des histoires et des conversations qu'on peut entendre autour d'un comptoir de bistrot ou dans un salon de coiffure, pour rire et pour s'instruire, pour enfants, ados, et adultes.
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The Feasts of Memory is a book that inspires all those who left their homeland behind as well as those in search of new realms. Elias Kulukundis traces the course of a family’s emigration from Kasos island to Syros, the formerly commercial capital of Greece, and then from Syros to London and New York. He is equally at home describing expatriates around a dinner table in exile or delving into the motivating passions of the Aegean islands, some of them, in the words of The New Yorker Magazine, as savage as Homer's.

Elias felt he needed to write The Feasts of Memory in order to learn about himself. At the age of 29, he dramatized how a young Greek-American growing up on the edge of a golf-course in Westchester County could discover a spiritual connection to a barren island in the south Aegean Sea.

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