Emily Post on Etiquette
HarperCollins Canada, Limited, May 1, 1992 - London (England) - 222 pages
In this revised edition of the bestselling Emily Post on Etiquette (80,000 copies sold), Mrs. Post answers the most commonly asked questions about etiquette at home and on the job.
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