Notes from a Big Country
|Notes from a Big Country|
Front cover of first edition
Notes from a Big Country, or as it was released in the United States, I'm a Stranger Here Myself, is a collection of articles written by Bill Bryson for The Mail on Sunday's Night and Day supplement during the 1990s, published together first in Britain in 1998 and in paperback in 1999. The book discusses Bryson's views on relocating to Hanover, New Hampshire, after spending two decades in Britain.
The American and British editions are not quite identical as, besides spelling differences, some explanatory information suitable for each intended audience is added or omitted within individual articles. This is freely acknowledged in the introduction.
The book contains articles which Bryson wrote for the Mail between 1996 and 1998. In the articles, he discusses a multitude of topics, such as the death penalty, the war on drugs, gardening, commercials, book tours, inefficiency, Thanksgiving and plane flight.
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