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A Year in the Merde Based On Stephen Clarke S Own Experiences And With Names Changed To Avoid Embarrassment, Possible Legal Action, And To Prevent The Author S Legs Being Broken By Someone In A Yves Saint Laurent Suit, A Year In The Merde Provides Perfect Entertainment For Francophiles And Francophobes Alike.


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10 thoughts on “A Year in the Merde

  1. says:

    This started off so promisingly with snarky but charming British banter about France s little annoying idiosyncrasies that anyone who has spent any time in France can appreciate The main character, a British twenty something, chronicles his year living in France while working for a corrupt corporate sleaze bag who wants help marketing tea rooms in Paris It turns out that the main character is also a sleaze bag AND a whinge cow as he so


  2. says:

    You know what I m a French woman and apparently I lack a sense of humour.See, I can admit that we French are far from perfect that s an understatement, really , and everything isn t false in this But silly me, I didn t expect this to be such a big fuckery Because there s only so many misogynists s craps I can take, and if I read another sentence implying that French women are sluts and teases, I almost forgot and or a description of cleavage


  3. says:

    Never been to France Never plan to go If you want a truly insulting, xenophobic experience of French Culture then read this book Otherwise, you could run into the middle of the Champs Elys es and scream in your most loud, incomprehensible, slang E...


  4. says:

    I picked this up in the train station at Charles de Gaulle airport a few minutes before my flight was cancelled and I was forced to spend another day in Paris, almost a year ago Tough life, right I never read it, though.Don t know why, but last week I felt an urge to pick it up Read it in about 26 hours, couldn t put it down.If you have no knowledge of the French, France, or French it might not be terribly interesting If, however, you ve spent a significan


  5. says:

    This book inspired me to create a new bookshelf entitled not worth finishing I RARELY start a book and don t finish itand it was probably just my mind set of having several other books I preferred to read over this oneand the fact that this was a library book that I needed to return Maybe if I were to give it another chance at some point I would feel differently.Typically if I have a library book that is approaching the deadline, I will just sit down and bust thr


  6. says:

    This book is one of the best friends I have met recently One of those friends you need because only they really understand you It is really funny and an very accurate portrait of French goofiness I don t know how funny it would be to most people, but being an expat living in P...


  7. says:

    UPDATE This book was one of the worse ones I ve read recently Not much humor and the attempts at it are pathetic To be fair, I did quit halfway through, but the misogyny just got to be too much I did get some good tips on ordering at a French cafe, however.I picked up the French translation of this book at the airport in Paris two days ago titled God Save La France, for some reason It s the story of a 20 something Brit, who doesn t speak much French, working in Paris for a yea


  8. says:

    This book is highly readable, the kind of thing that one could read from start to finish if one just had a few hours with nothing to do However, this is the most positive thing I can say about this book It s supposed be one of those screwball accounts of someone living in a foreign culture and the wacky mishaps he experiences, but mostly it s about ...


  9. says:

    Zanimljiva digresija za po etak u jednoj itateljskoj grupi na Facebooku pitanje S obzirom na knjigu koju itate, gdje se trenutno nalazite Do lo mi da kao iz topa izvalim u govnima , ali, pristojna kakva jesam, odgovorih U Parizu Stephen Clarke nas u ovu knjigu uvodi nazivaju i to ozbiljnom komedijom mnogim usporedbama tipa Hermesova kravata je tako nabijena energijom da bi mogla pokretati cijeli pari ki metro kad bi ga priklju ili na nju ili Arondismani oblikuju pu evu ku icu, a Zanimljiva


  10. says:

    I couldn t help myself this book absolutely cracked me up That may be because the author s descriptions of countless strikes by trash collectors, public transportation workers, police officers, and journalists brought back fond memories of my own stay in France during which I also stepped in a fair amount of merde The audiobook was particularly good, with the dramatist s illustraions of the countless miscommunications between francophones and anglophones The stor...


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