Publisher: Oval, 2005, 63 pages
Xenophobia — an irrational fear of foreigners, probably justified, always understandable.
'Virtually all Germans have health problems, and if they don't, there must be something wrong with them.
Most of what ails them is stress related. No nation was ever more stressed, but this is understandable. After all, running Europe can take it out of you.'
Forewarned is forearmed.
It is hard to describe a big country and its inhabitants in only 63 pages, and this book fails in this.
What is left is some anecdotes, that even fails to be particularly funny.