The Civil Servant by Maria Consoli Toulas
A Personal Story of an American Immigrant

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The author's writing is descriptive and fluid, meandering like a stream … Toulas has a flair for bringing the vision of Andreas alive.
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THE CIVIL SERVANT is a memoire which tells the story of a Greek immigrant who longed to be an American Civil Servant. It also reaches back to the author’s roots in Italy and stretches across the American landscape to modern times.

It is timely, humorous and poignant. This is a record of the soul of one successful American immigrant told by an onlooker, his wife.
 

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Published January 30, 2013 by iUNIVERSE. 318 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Non-fiction
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The author's writing is descriptive and fluid, meandering like a stream … Toulas has a flair for bringing the vision of Andreas alive.

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