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The Naked Swiss

A Nation Behind 10 Myths

Bergli Books

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In The Naked Swiss: A Nation Behind 10 Myths, journalist Clare O'Dea promises to change the way the world thinks about modern Switzerland - and give Swiss readers much to think about too. In 10 fact-based chapters O'Dea investigates positive myths of modern Switzerland (The Swiss are Rich/Brilliant/Have the Perfect Democracy) with the same sharp journalistic eye she uses to assess negative ones (The Swiss are Crooked Bankers/Xenophobic/Helped the Nazis). It is a view of Switzerland that will surprise even many Swiss readers.
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Seitenzahl 231 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 29.06.2018
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9783038690405
Verlag Bergli Books
Dateigröße 5545 KB
Verkaufsrang 34408
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von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Herrliberg am 26.05.2019

The ePUB format that OF sells can only be read with tolino web reader or the tolino app, so not with any other ebook reader or existing ebook reader apps as I have established after some protracted emailing with customer service. The book itself, despite catchy title, is fairly dry and factual compared to the other books abou... The ePUB format that OF sells can only be read with tolino web reader or the tolino app, so not with any other ebook reader or existing ebook reader apps as I have established after some protracted emailing with customer service. The book itself, despite catchy title, is fairly dry and factual compared to the other books about the Swiss in the market and I have not managed to get past the first couple of chapters.