HOW TO DO PRACTICALLY ANYTHING by

HOW TO DO PRACTICALLY ANYTHING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is one of the most important books for not learning anything you want to know about something. How not to go about your courtship, not to raise a dog, not to be a host for weekends, not to drive a car, not to fish, not to move your household, not to exist in summer, not to be a father... all those activities are described by experts in being unsuccessful at any of them. In unrestrained, illogical, incomprehensible, inconclusive manner they make nothing absolutely clear -- and often amusing and funny. Good gift -- hostess book.

Pub Date: Jan. 2nd, 1941
Publisher: Simon & Schuster