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The thoughts of the author about the United States can be very useful for foreign people as well as for United States citizens who want to take a look to their own culture from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mercedes Ontoria
Ciao, America, An Italian Discovers the U.S., Beppe (Giuseppe) Severgnini (Broadway Books 2002; paperback)
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What fun! You will see our country more clearly and happily in this bookPublished 5 months ago by Jean H. Lowe
Recommended, especially if you're going to Italy. Also good for book clubs !Published 7 months ago by iluvcats
Severgnini's best book so far! His observations of American life will make you laugh out loud and will give you a little insight into how the world views us. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andrea Matthews Clark
This was on my reading list for a couple of years. I enjoy books about culture clashes, as I used to travel internationally quite a bit and I used to live in Washington, DC (the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Meade
I have friends who are Italian/American and they suggested that I read this. It is a delightful charming book. ITjust makes you laugh and feel good. Read morePublished 12 months ago by colleen anderson
Only a foreigner living in the US can tell an american how they really live. Americans don't know how they live in comparison to other countries, some things are better others... Read morePublished 16 months ago by F. J. Caceres
Warning. This book is not translated into American English but into British. Worse yet, it appears to have been edited by a well-meaning American. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by monterey bill