UTOPIA'S SUICIDE: AN AMERICANS' TOLERANCE OR ELSE, VERSUS EMIGRANTS HANDBOOK - OR NOT? AN INCOMPLETE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TRILOGY PART ONE

UTOPIA'S SUICIDE: AN AMERICANS' TOLERANCE OR ELSE, VERSUS EMIGRANTS HANDBOOK - OR NOT? AN INCOMPLETE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TRILOGY PART ONE

by John Paul

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UTOPIA'S SUICIDE: AN AMERICANS' TOLERANCE OR ELSE, VERSUS EMIGRANTS HANDBOOK - OR NOT? AN INCOMPLETE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TRILOGY PART ONE by John Paul

Having one foot in North America and one in Europe, the author inevitably, compares these two continents, their surroundings, their people, and their modus vivendi. The interpretation of happenings on these continents as they relate to one life's adventure is the scope of this work, which is, before everything else, a collage of personal biography, illuminated by flashes of the remarkable historical moments preceding the emigration. There are, moreover, interpretations of impressions colored with romantic, enchanting mysticism, and alternatively, subjective impressions of immigrants who came to America to find a better life and expected, to some extent, to find a promised land on a platter. In either case, impressions are based on predispositions of what immigrants from the old country envisioned American to be like. However, gratia is not a prerequisite; it does not exist in the meaning of emi, nor immi gratia. Is this memoir an unprejudiced evaluation and objective notation of experiences as they were, or a biased overflow of emotions, ridicule and sarcasm, or delight and adornment? What is the difference between autobiography, memoir, and diary, versus a fictitious, rather historical novel in the first place? A degree of deviation from factual reality? A conglomerate relatively dry when transferred onto paper, this cacophony, without regard to categorization, may enlighten the mind of one American, or one potential immigrant, by informing or reforming the picture of the mirage of a once-magical “New World” or the romanticism of the “Old One.”

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ISBN-13: 9781491886120
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 12/12/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 474
File size: 9 MB

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