Embrace Your Insignificance: Lessons Learned Teaching English in Japan

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Bob Gaulke's 2nd book (after The Nervous Tourist) is his personal adventure into the world of teaching English in Japan.

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Told in diary-like entries, this is an entertaining and illuminating look into the world of teaching. This beautiful paperback release features a cover by Pete McCracken.

This addictive book kept me from doing anything else--work, laundry, speaking to my family--until I'd finished it. With a laugh on every page, Gaulke's direct, disarming style captures the funny, strange, and muted lunacy of Japan in a way that few other writers manage.' -Chuck Thompson, author of Smile When You're Lying

'Well-observed and frequently hilarious.' --Rolf Potts, author of Marco Polo Didn't Go There

Bob Gaulke lives and teaches now in the Bronx.

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Author Bob Gaulke
Publisher Future Tense Books
Page Count 120pp
Publication Size 5 x 8
Publication Notes Softcover
Publication Date May 15, 2009
ISBN 978-1892061341

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