Caste marks: style and status in the U.S.A.

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Heinemann, 1984 - Social Science - 202 pages
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"The word 'class' is fraught with unpleasing associations, so that to linger upon it is apt to be interpreted as the symptom of a perverted mind and a jaundiced spirit." —R. H. Tawney "You reveal a ... Read full review

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Paul Fussell has made a career as a social critic, or as a man with the definitions that really seem to be correct. His book seems to me accurate, and should be read by non-Americans before venturing ... Read full review

Contents

A Touchy Subject
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An Anatomy of the Classes
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in Appearance Counts
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