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Scandinavia and the World by Humon
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Scandinavia and the World

by Humon

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I read these in reverse order, which was a good thing because the first ones are just some tired yaoi bullshit by a grown-up child, and pretty racist to boot, but then the later ones get into some neat exploration of national stereotypes, Scandinavian history, etc., and the perspective of a older-and-more-mature Danish yaoi nerd is a good one to spend and hour or so with, in my opinion. And it is cute the sincerity with which she represents Canada as America's hat. ( )
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