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MANNERS FOR MODERNS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good for the demands of today, modernizing and simplifying and naturalizing iquette for everyday living, in this simple handbook of manners based on ""common sense and unobtrusive kindness"". The tenor is informal, unaffected, dispensing with extremist tabus and punctilios. Letters, weddings, clothes, travel, invitations, tipping, entertaining, eating, army and navy manners, office behavior, in simple, informal style, and at the same time specific and definite enough to leave no questions unanswered. Touch of humor relieves any possible hint of the didactic.

Pub Date: Jan. 20th, 1942
Publisher: Dutton