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Conversations on a Train Kindle Edition
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'Conversations on a Train' is a light-hearted cross-cultural account of one Bulgarian's life between their country of birth and her adopted home in Australia. Set between 1993–2015, it is a collection of anecdotes, musings, and reminiscences on Bulgarian culture, childhood and homesickness. Regina Ryan (née Stefanova) illustrates how Bulgarians relate to the world and how she adjusted to life in Australia. From her teenage years in Sofia and Burgas through to adulthood in Perth, Regina discusses cultural differences and how she deals with these now as an adult who divides her time between two countries. 'Conversations on a Train' is also Regina's blatant attempt to Bulgarianise the reader.
Regina Ryan is a Bulgarian-Australian psychologist (BPsych, MPsych, PhD) with a passion for reading, promoting Bulgarian culture, reminiscing, and conversing on any topic that would allow the mention of Bulgaria and a discussion on cultural differences.
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I love it thank you9 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
First book about live in Bulgaria in Sofia from intellectual point of view! I love it thank you!
Educational book!27 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I highly recommend this book! It’s very interested to know the beautiful culture of Bulgaria and the difference between Bulgarian and Australia