Emily Post on etiquette

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Sep 1, 1987 - Reference - 164 pages
In a lively question-and-answer format, America's foremost etiquette authority provides concise advice in every area of daily life: table manners and forms of address, telephone manners, gifts and giving and more. Illustrated.

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Manners makes Man

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This book arrived in excellent condition and is a momentous work and a fount of information.I gave it to my granddaughter in the hope that it would encourage her into acquiring some good oldfashioned etiquette which she and her generation seem to be sorely lacking. Read full review

Emily Post's Etiquette

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Looking for the user's manual that should have come with your life? This compendium of socially acceptable responses to every conceivable opportunity for personal embarrassment or inadvertent insult ... Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Peggy Post, great granddaughter-in-law of Emily Post, is the newest member of the Post family to inherit Emily Post's legacy. Since 1991 Peggy has represented the Emily Post Institute by making personal appearances at bridalshows. In September of 1995 Peggy took over the etiquette column written for "Good Housekeeping" magazine and has expanded her participation in preparing the Emily Post books.

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