3 edition of The xenophobe"s guide to the Swiss found in the catalog.
The xenophobe"s guide to the Swiss
Previous ed.: 1995.
|LC Classifications||DQ36 .B558 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
out of 5 stars The Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss. Reviewed in the United States on May 5, Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The book was recommended to me by a "Swiss fan" and I really thank him for the excellent read. I chuckled and truly enjoyed the book. I'll have to obtain some "hard" copies to give to my friends.4/5. It isn’t a language book but does explain various concepts e.g. dusha, toska, sudjba, terpenie, blat, khalyava, volya, etc. I don’t know if the book is reinforcing old stereotypes, but it feels current, is well set out and is wittily written by a Professor who was born before the war in .
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The German-speakers do little else. The French-speaking Swiss are great visionaries and philosophers with noble thoughts and global dreams. They worry that their Swiss-German compatriots do not share these dreams. The Italian-speaking Swiss are less interested in the solid values of work and have a terrible tendency not to worry nearly enough. There may be a grain of truth in the stereotyped phrases of Xenophobe's guide, but I just read this small book with a smile on my face. Quite funny indeed. Thanks to our friends Mia, Martin and dear Sophie we got this one as a present to get ready ourself for the American life, I already feel ready:)/5.
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The Xenophobe’s Guides are all about cultivating cultural awareness. These aspects of the Swiss selected by the author Paul Bilton appeared in The Local (Switzerland’s News in English).
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"The opening paragraphs of a "Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss" set the tone for the rest of an irreverent, amusing and highly informative portrait of the Swiss people." --"Arts & Culture section at " "An enlightened new series, good natured, witty and useful.
The Xenophobe's Guides to different nations deserves a real cheer."4/5(58). The Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss book. Read 34 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Highlights the unique character and behavior of /5.
The Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss. After the considerable success of The Xenophobe's Guides series, which uncovers the quirks and curiosities of other nations for xenophobes (people who fear /5(2). A guide to understanding the Swiss that reveals a nation of people who are anything but the cuckoo clock-making, yodelling stereotypes generally portrayed.
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Xenophobe's Guides - an irreverent look at the beliefs and foibles of nations, almost guaranteed to cure Xenophobia. (4 1/4 x 7, 64 pages)/5(21). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The xenophobe's guide to the Swiss by Bilton, Paul.
Publication date Topics Xenophobia, National characteristics, Swiss, Nationalcharakter Publisher London: Oval BooksPages: Having read the xenophobe's guide to the Swiss, and having lived in England, I truly hoped to get a real hoot out of this book.
However, it was not nearly as irreverant as the Swiss book, which was a double whammy to me because that is EXACTLY what is so dear about the British people!!Cited by: 2. by multiple authors includes books The Xenophobe's Guide to the Austrians, The Xenophobe's Guide to the Israelis, The Xenophobe's Guide to the Hungarians, and several more.
See the complete The Xenophobe's Guide series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The Xenophobe’s Guide to the Swedes is a cute and amusing little book about the Swedes. As it says on the front cover (perhaps a subtitle of sorts), the book provides “ [a] frank and funny look at what makes the Swedes SWEDISH.” The Xenophobe’s Guides provide a brief look at /5.
Get this from a library! The Xenophobe's Guide to the Swiss. [Paul Bilton] -- A guide to understanding the Swiss that reveals a nation of people who are anything but the cuckoo clockmaking, yodelling stereotypes generally portrayed. This book is very focused around the stereotypes of people in the South of England.
Northerners are different in a number of aspects, and need their own Xenophobe's Guide. (Which would be educational both to readers overseas, and those south of Watford!)/5(87).The Xenophobe's Guide books are a series of short books published by Oval Books that aim to give the reader the most important information about a country or region in a humorous way.
They briefly describe its culture and history and something of the values held by its people under headings like "Business", "Language", etc. Titles. Xenophobe's Guide to the Albanians by Alan Andoni; first.