What I got from Ireland?

What I got from Ireland?

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Insightful and filled with perspective, this book reveals one mana€™s personal experience and views about Ireland. In this riveting page-turner, author Przemek Kolasinski presents his colorful depiction of this country in a deeply subjective manner. Stimulating and engaging, What I Got from Ireland creatively describes the people, places and events encountered by a keen and meticulous observer. Also, etched within the pages of this book is the comparison between two closely-resembling cultures that co-exist within the land, the Irish and the Poles. All of the locations mentioned in this selection were personally visited by the author and the contributed stories were from his close acquaintances and friends, for whom Kolasinski knows by first and last names. This book is, the author highly emphasizes, not a guide of Ireland. Rather it is a mere portrayal of his journey, perceived by his own senses, and processed by his own mind. Nonetheless, the world featured here is real, shown with a little dose of sarcasm that blends well with the some hilarious and bizarre situations and events. As readers will browse through the exhilarating pages of What I Got from Ireland, they will inevitably feel the energies of the vivacious characters, as well as watch vividly the painted images of breathtaking locations in their imaginative minda€™s eye, hence allowing them to travel, without leaving the comforts of their own homes. They will also get an up-close and personal glimpse of the situations of the Poles living in Ireland, along with the ambiguities of their everyday life filled with joy and sorrow, triumphs and tragedies, pleasures and pains as opposed to the stereotypical presentations by the Polish media. Engaging, this intellectual, entertaining and beautifully-crafted literary masterpiece is indeed onea€™s front-row-seat ticket to an exciting journey, through the eyes of an articulate writer, a talented humorist and a gifted artist of life.Its only reference to Poland seems to be the a€œTeleTydziera#39;la€ TV guide, which contains programming of Polish TV stations and satellite channels, available in Ireland with the aid of satellite TV sets imported from Poland. Since the TV guide also contains articles, advice, recipes, etc., a€œGazeta Polskaa€ has no need to. For example, we can read about the lives of Polish movie stars not in the weekly itself , but in its adda€”on. The colourful TV guide from Poland composes an indirect form ofanbsp;...

Title:What I got from Ireland?
Author: Przemek Kolasinski
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2012-07-09

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