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Jacek Matuszek Matuszek itibaren El Amra, Tunus itibaren El Amra, Tunus

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Jacek Matuszek Matuszek itibaren El Amra, Tunus

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Japonya'da seyahat ederken haftalar geçirmiş gibi hissetmenizi sağlayacak görüntülerle güzelce yazılmış. Ve çizmek için harika bir aşk hikayesi. Onu baştan sona neşelendireceksin!

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Muhafazakârlık tarihine büyük önyargısız bakış. Modern 'muhafazakar' partiyi değil, 18. yüzyıl liberalizmini düşünün.

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Olağanüstü. Eğlenceli okuma. Bu bir roman olarak listeleniyor, ancak Wall'ın büyükannesinin geçen yüzyılın başında Batı'da büyüyen eşsiz hayatı hakkında gerçekten gerçek bir hikaye.

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Biraz düzensiz, ama ilginç. Bazı bölümler diğerlerinden daha davetsizdir ve o sadece gerçekten (gerçekten ne yapmaya çalıştığı hakkında en iyi duyguyu elde ettiğiniz yerde) adımına ulaşır. Yine de, asgari miktarda scienc-y lingo ile hızlı ve ilginç bir okuma.

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Yet another blog-to-book product. Like most of these, it was probably better as a blog (although I have not checked out the blog, I admit); the interest of the items wears thin after a few in a row. Surprisingly, I found the text more interesting than than the maps themselves, most of which were neither that "strange" (strange may here be used in the new, meaningless click-baity way that words such as "amaze," "shock" etc seem to be on the internet) or that visually interesting. Mm, okay, you could describe that shape as a "blue banana." If it makes you happy. Fine by me. Oops, I mean AMAZING! Not really. But Jacobs provides pretty cogent explanations for the historical and political developments reflected in the maps, and I appreciate the research that went into that, even if sometimes there is needless verbal emphasis on how "weird" or "surprising" the information is. Whether the text will be surprising or even interesting depends a lot on how much you already know. If you're an ignoramus forward-thinking modern person who doesn't realize, for instance, that the borders of nations were not always and eternally where they are today or that some countries are not monolingual, read this and get informed! Painlessly! If, on the other hand, you tend to give yourself headaches by trying to politely suppress your eyerolling at the political and historical ignorance of the average person, skip this book. The funniest bits will end up on facebook and you can catch them then.

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Not really sure why I picked this up...somewhat interesting read about a true colonist and his African estate...don't think I'd really recommend it though.