GENTLEMEN BEHAVE by Charles Hanson Towne

GENTLEMEN BEHAVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An etiquette for men, written by a ""man about town"" who assumes that the Stork Club is one's haunt and that one's name is in the Social Register. It is very luxurious, very effete, but most of the factual material is sound and the coverage complete, though some of the touches are a bit ""too too."" Philosophy of good manners, manners in business, in public conveyances, travel, dining in and dining out, the theatre, invitations, introductions, clothes, weddings, etc. etc.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1939
Publisher: Messner