THE ENTERTAINING LADY by Vera Bloom

THE ENTERTAINING LADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The daughter of the New York State Representative and author of There's No Place Like Washington lends a little of her cosmopolitan, ""custom-made"" savoir-faire in what is sub-titled ""An Informal Guide to Good Living"". Parties (hostesses, settings, servants); food (menus and recipes); decorating; clothes and cosmetics; conversations and correspondence; interests; travel; these are the main points of intimately-toned guidance which is strictly for the wimmen folk.

Pub Date: April 8th, 1949
Publisher: Putnam