Britannia in Brief

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When it comes to Britain, most Americans dont know (Union) Jack. Fortunately, now an Anglo-American husband-and-wife team are here to help with a smart, funny, and handy guide that minds the gap between fact and fiction. From Whigs and Windsors to w…

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    Om Britannia in Brief

    When it comes to Britain, most Americans dont know (Union) Jack. Fortunately, now an Anglo-American husband-and-wife team are here to help with a smart, funny, and handy guide that minds the gap between fact and fiction. From Whigs and Windsors to wankers and Wales, this spit-spot-on reference covers all manner of British history, society, culture, language, and everyday life, including the class system, title envy, and a thumbnail sketch of British dynasties highlights of the social season (yes, they have a social season) Parliament, prime ministers, and a wild variety of political parties British sports 101, including football (by which we mean soccer), cricket, rugby, snooker, and darts answers to the pressing question: Whats on the telly? British culinary delights, from Marmite to late-night tikka masala odd pronunciations (e.g., how St. John becomes Sin Jun) cockney slang, or why you should never get caught telling porkies on the dog Londoners pride in the Tube and the truth about trainspottingSo whether youre traveling to England on business or for pleasure, dating a Brit, hoping to comfort a homesick Londoner (whip up a treacle tart, recipe included), or simply curious about life across the pond, Britannia in Brief is the perfect companion.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2009
    Forlag
    Random House Publishing Group
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780345512901
    Sider
    256

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