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Essays on Prejudice: Deep Thoughts on Domesticating Scapegoats and Slapping Labels on Everything that Makes Your Ass Itch By Yanko Tsvetkov
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In this embarrassingly hilarious eBook, Yanko Tsvetkov, a non-Harvard graduate with a PhD in Comparative Bigotry, collects all the essays from his best-selling Atlas of Prejudice series.
Until Morning By Giuseppe Raudino
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Until Morning is a story about different nationalities, habits, customs, common places and stereotypes experienced by a bunch of university students. Sons of the Erasmus generation, these young... More > adults travel across Europe, from the gold southern beaches of Sicily to the appealing quietness of the northern regions, like Holland and Finland, passing through the astonishing beauty of a medieval Tuscany. Love and sex, hate and frustrations, delusions and aspirations are challenged by the omnipresent intercultural variable, which affects all the interactions and human relations between the characters. In this novel, North and South are not simply a geographical diversity but, most of the time, a source of social disparity and clashes generated by a different way of meaning many fundamental themes, such as love, sympathy and solidarity.< Less
My big Burdish adventure - A Spanglish novel By Leni Qinan
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Anna's first trip to Burdishland becomes an amazing adventure. She gets on well with the natives, fights national stereotypes and survives a rollercoaster romance.
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FLUXCUP By Mark Staniforth
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FLUXCUP is the product of a year-long aleatory event in which three hundred and sixty-four nations and territories played off in a knockout tournament determined by the roll of two dice. In collaging... More > found texts to chronicle each nation in relation to the stage of its exit, FLUXCUP confronts inescapable nationalistic stereotypes and resists age-old cartological hierarchies to compile a truly aleato-geographical atlas of the world.< Less
The Moon and the Rainbow By Lightbooks et al.
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“Bedtime verses and lullabies can be considered poetic works which belong to the whole community rather than to one author in particular. Parents voices have carried lullabies across both... More > national borders and time. They have been passed from one generation to another before reaching us, bringing with them myths, stereotypes and beliefs from various cultures which would have otherwise been lost over the years. This book of lullabies allows you to read, sing, tell and look …. “cuddly” moments for everyone.< Less
America's Many Faces By Dario Lisiero
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America is an awesome reality that deserves to be studied in depth in order to discover its most relevant aspects whether they might be thrilling or chilling, energizing or depressing, inspiring or... More > horrifying. Like any other reality under the sky, America is a very complex, intriguing and contradictory entity that cannot be easily encapsulate in a simple definition or seen through common stereotypes. More often than not, the core essence of a nation does not coincide exactly with the perception of its citizens and much less with the image foreigners have formed in their minds. One thing is what a nation proclaims to be and stand for, and another how it operates at home and abroad. One thing is how a nation is depicted and perceived by observers, foreign or domestic, and another how it is in its laws, government and justice system.< Less
OOrenk Book Series : Armenians of San Francisco By OOrenk ( 3 Corners Publishing )
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Oorenk is a series of bilingual (in English and Armenian) books dedicated to exploring the unique flavors, struggles, and expressions of Armenian communities around the world. By celebrating not only... More > our shared heritage but also our differences we hope to expand our solidarity, transcending national boundaries and stereotypes. This is our first book, which is an exploration of the Armenian community in San Francisco. Since San Francisco has a large refugee community from Baku, we are also including an extensive article discussing their escape. :::We aim to expand worlds without being full of ourselves. Come experience drifting off without uprooting::: ( more info and better samples at www.oorenk.com )< Less
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