Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-259) and index.
|Other titles||American abroad in a post-American world|
|LC Classifications||PN4874.H227 A3 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||2016059415|
A book of extraordinary power, it achieves something very rare: it opens up new ways of thinking and feeling.” ―Pankaj Mishra, author of Age of Anger “Suzy Hansen’s Notes on a Foreign Country is an essential, compelling read of an American woman’s coming of age and her experience abroad. Hansen describes how her own narrative of the /5(91). A book of extraordinary power, it achieves something very rare: it opens up new ways of thinking and feeling.” —Pankaj Mishra, author of Age of Anger “Suzy Hansen’s Notes on a Foreign Country is an essential, compelling read of an American woman’s coming of age and her experience abroad. Hansen describes how her own narrative of the. A journalist questions the notion of American exceptionalism. When New York Times Magazine contributing writer Hansen arrived in Turkey in on a research fellowship, she harbored a deep faith in America’s “inherent goodness, as well as in my country’s Western way of living, and perhaps in my own inherent, God-given, Christian-American goodness as well.”Author: Suzy Hansen. The book she wrote is called Notes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post-American World. Hansen goes off to Turkey believing that America is the exceptional nation Suzy Hansen won a writing fellowship in from Charles Crane, “a Russophile and scion of a plumbing-parts fortune,” and it allowed her to go abroad for 2 years/5.
"Notes on a Foreign Country" is a testament to one journalist’s courage in digging deep within herself to understand the real story and to make sure she gets it right. Related storiesAuthor: Barbara Spindel. Notes on a Foreign Country, by Suzy Hansen (Farrar, Straus & Giroux).Hansen, a reporter, moved to Turkey in and found that, as she probed her subjects’ anxieties and blind spots, she was. New York Times Magazine correspondent Suzy Hansen begins her book, Notes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post-American World, with her investigation into a lethal coal-mine fire in Soma, is shocked to learn of America’s role in the creation of an ineffectual union that failed to protect its members. Notes on a Foreign Country Quotes Showing of 15 “But it is very, very rare that young white Americans come across someone who tells them in harsh, unforgiving terms that they might be merely the easy winners of an ugly game, and indeed because of their ignorance and misused power, they might actually be the losers within a greater moral.
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