A Southern Belle Primer, Or, Why Princess Margaret Will Never be a Kappa Kappa Gamma

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Doubleday, 1991 - Humor - 134 pages
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The Southern belle lives on, in a world of  proprieties and protocols that would shame the Royal  Family (and have). An uproarious guide to the  manners, mores, and mystique of the legendary ladies of  the South. What The Official Preppy  Handbook did for the madras-and-penny-loafer  set, A Southern Belle Primer  does for the indestructible ladies from below the  Mason-Dixon line.

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User Review  - drbubbles - LibraryThing

There's a fine line between pride and snobbery. If they had a good pair of binoculars and stood on tiptoes, the belles in this book might be able to see it somewhere back there. And I say that as a ... Read full review

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My mother didn't know this was supposed to be funny until the last chapter. My best friend--from California--swears she never understood me, a good Southern girl, until she read this book. It's that good! Read full review



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Maryln Schwartz was a feature writer and columnist for the Dallas Morning News. Her work has appeared in more than two hundred newspapers, and she has won numerous awards for her articles. A native of Mobile, Alabama, Ms. Schwartz lives in Dallas

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