Now it's time for another reading by George East from his book, French Impressions Brittany. We think this would be an ideal Christmas present for those of your family who are keen francophiles.
This time he reads about British Bretons, standing men and black cats.
George has been resident in France for many years and his books have reflected the French and Expat lifestyle. His style brings out the differences between the national psyches and his books are always a wonderful read.
In addition, he writes for many leading magazines and has also been a broadcaster. We are proud to have him on Expatsradio.com and hope you will enjoy listening to him as much as we have enjoyed working with him.
To find out more about George and his books please visit him at: www.george-east-france.com
French Impressions Brittany is the result of a year spent by George in a remote area of the region, and in this episode we hear how the Breton language sounds more like Klingon than any earthly tongue, how earthworms can shift sixty times their own body weight...and how dead bees and honey helped lay the floor of a new house…..he also tackles the meaty problem of those who would pretend to be not only French, but Breton!
More to come………
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