First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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"In this collection of essays, thirteen foreign exchange students write their compelling stories detailing their experiences studying at Darthmouth College. They do not only convey their own jobs and sorrows, but illuminate U.S. culture from a perspective not seen by many American students or citizens.."
"A sequence of lively, haunting, and immensely informative essays by a variety of bright students from around the globe.... This is a remarkable book on many levels."
-Joy Parini, author of Robert Frost and editor of The Norton Book of American Autobiography
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