Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior

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Atheneum, Jan 1, 1982 - Reference - 745 pages
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Provides a comprehensive and entertaining guide to etiquette, manners, and behavior in virtually every type of situation

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So much fun, and surprisingly educational. - Goodreads
A handful and humorous reference book. - Goodreads
Oh, and her prose genius. - Goodreads
It brims with practical advice and understated wit. - Goodreads
A fun reference book that should be on every shelf. - Goodreads
Plus she's a prose genius. - Goodreads

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"It strikes Miss Manners as misguided to believe that home is a place where you can relax because you needn't bother to be polite. Home should be a place where you can relax because you know that ... Read full review

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Emma Komlos-Hrobsky (Assistant Editor, Tin House Magazine): My dad was troubled when, several years ago, I asked for a copy of Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior for my birthday ... Read full review

Contents

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Gentle Readers Wrestle with Philosophical Problems
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Announcements
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Copyright

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About the author (1982)

Judith Martin, author of the "Miss Manners" columns, several best-selling books on etiquette, and two novels, lives in Washington, DC.

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