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Paris To The Moon

by Adam Gopnik

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Paris To The Moon by Adam Gopnik
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  • First Published:
    Oct 2000, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Sep 2001, 368 pages

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I like his bird-like view of points about culture differences that make me really think what is good or bad in our multiple-cultures environment. I appreciate what is good and improve what is bad. Reading his book is really a free education learning myself what life I will like to continue.
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