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Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely: Stories About Love, Life, Death and Discover from an American in South Korea By Alex Clermont
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Imagine leaving behind everybody and everything familiar to live in a foreign country where you don't know a soul. Worst yet, you don't speak the language, your cultural norms match like apples and... More > elephants, and you can't get a date to save your life. Imagine you wrote a book about your time there... Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely is a collection of snapshots that cover the two years that Alex Clermont lived in the country of South Korea as an English teacher. Scribed with a flair for humor, emotion, character and depth, these introspective narratives do more than act as a travel guide. They are creatively written windows into the life of of someone discovering new things about himself, the world, and the people who he shares it with-all while stuffing his mouth with kimchi.< Less
From Manhattan (color version) By Stuart Parkin
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A collection of works by an Englishman living abroad
From Manhattan By Stuart Parkin
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A collection of works by an Englishman living abroad
Washing Dishes at Mikines By Alan Edward Fish
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“Washing Dishes at Mikines” consists of two novellas. The title story tells of a young, disaffected American man who in 1972 finds himself stranded in a rather odd Greek village, and... More > what he learns of life there. “Sarah Leaving” is the story of a love affair on an idyllic Greek island and of its failure. Alan Fish has lived in many places in North America and in Europe, and spent many years in Greece. He now lives in a small city in Northern New England. He drinks whiskey in the winter because he finds beer chills him in the cold, and beer in the summer because whiskey affects him badly in the heat.< Less
Ein Ami comes to Lippstadt By Craig Cmehil
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An American decides to take a chance and moves abroad to Germany, expectations, thoughts and ideas in mind, a total lack of understanding of the German language and culture what could possibly happen?
Ein Ami Comes to Lippstadt By Craig Cmehil
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An American decides to take a chance and moves abroad to Germany, expectations, thoughts and ideas in mind, a total lack of understanding of the German language and culture what could possibly happen
Teaching English: How to Teach English as a Second Language By Mark Beales
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Unlock new career opportunities as we reveal the secrets behind Teaching English as a Second Language. For those who dream of living abroad, this ebook lifts the lid on the world of ESL. Find out how... More > to deal with job interviews, control your classes and understand new cultures. If you are thinking of moving abroad to teach, this is simply the book you must read before starting to pack. For those already in a classroom, Teaching English offers help with creating lessons that sparkle, reveals essential teaching theory and includes keenly-observed anecdotes about what life is really like living and working in a foreign country. It also includes dozens of ideas for easy-to-prepare lessons and engaging activities for students of all abilities. Teaching English is written by Lonely Planet author Mark Beales, an experienced teacher who is Head of English at an international school in Thailand. Mark has a BA (Hons) in English Literature, a Diploma in TESOL and has been a journalist for more than 20 years.< Less
Obituary By Kelvin Wright
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Alex is a British Aesthetic Surgeon, living in Madrid. His life has become a dichotomy between the customers he loathes and the money he earns. In a rapidly evolving postmodern world where phrases... More > like cancer, celebrity, the fat gene and reality TV are as much a part of his life as nose jobs, boob jobs and tummy tucks, Alex analyses not just the state of society, but his place in it. What will be Alex’s obituary? What will be the obituary of the postmodern generation? Will history be our teacher or our judge? How will we be remembered?< Less
Obituary By Kelvin Wright
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Alex is a British Aesthetic Surgeon, living in Madrid. His life has become a dichotomy between the customers he loathes and the money he earns. In a rapidly evolving postmodern world where phrases... More > like cancer, celebrity, the fat gene and reality TV are as much a part of his life as nose jobs, boob jobs and tummy tucks, Alex analyses not just the state of society, but his place in it. What will be Alex’s obituary? What will be the obituary of the postmodern generation? Will history be our teacher or our judge? How will we be remembered?< Less
How to Make a Dress out of Silence By Janice Windle
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In this second collection Janice Windle presents forty-five of her poems, written between 2010 and 2012, in an eclectic mix of the sublime and the slightly ridiculous, which, she maintains, mirrors... More > much of her life. Thoughtful and sometimes thought-provoking, she draws on a varied experience as artist and teacher, expatriate in the Far East and child of the mid-twentieth century. Her poems are honest, direct, sometimes funny, always constructed with the listener in mind. Janice Windle lives in Guildford, Surrey, with her partner, poet Dónall Dempsey.< Less

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