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The habits of good society

a handbook for ladies and gentlemen, with thoughts, hints, and anecdotes concerning social observances, nice points of taste and good manners, and the art of making one"s-self agreeable

by Aster, Jane pseud

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Published by Carleton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Etiquette

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe whole interspersed with humorous illustrations of social predicaments, remarks on the history and changes of fashion, and the differences of English and continental etiquette
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1872 .H2 1867
    The Physical Object
    Pagination430 pages ;
    Number of Pages430
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26318081M
    OCLC/WorldCa5103729

    The habits of good society: a handbook for ladies and gentlemen The whole interspersed with humorous illustrations of social predicaments. MANNERS AND RULES OF GOOD SOCIETY contains all the information comprised in the original work, Manners and Tone of Good Society, but with considerable additions. In a volume of this nature it is necessary to make constant revisions, and this is periodically done to keep it up to date, that it may be depended upon as being Pre-ISBN/5.

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Subjects covered are good breeding, education, cultivation of taste, reason, the art of speech, knowledge of English literature, moral character, temper, hospitality, good manners, birth, wealth, rank, and distinction.

Overall, I think the book will be a good reference to incorporate more of the thoughts and behaviors into my historical romances.4/5(1). In fact, the author characterizes bad society in three definitions: low society, vulgar society, and dangerous society.

Good manners, by the way, are the necessity of social intercourse. The book was entered into the Library of Congress inso it's geared toward the latter part of 4/5(1).

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The Habits of Good Society: A Handbook for Ladies and Gentlemen. This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series/5(3). Excellent book examine the values, culture, family and institutions in American society that frame our social experiences, that either work to generate a good society or act to erode the social-moral fabric that holds it together/5(6).

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This example, The Habits of Good Society: A Handbook of Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen, was published around In addition to the standard advice to the ambitious on how to behave, it also includes how not to, with descriptions of the three ‘classes of bad society’: ‘Low’, ‘Vulgar’, and ‘Dangerous’ – perhaps a reminder to those recently arrived on the social scene.

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This is a good book, but it is an old book. It is very insightful forunfortunately I think that society has changed quite a bit since then. I'm not saying that their findings are contradicted, but rather complicated, by more recent shifts/5. Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Appeared annoymously in London, American ed.

"edited by Mrs. Jane Aster [pseud.]" published under titles: The ladies' and gentlemen's etiquette book of the best society, ; sensible etiquette and good manners of the best society, The Good Society is good. My vocabulary has been greatly improved too. But seriously, this is a tome of a book dedicated to the idea that there is a need and an ability to address the ills of our society through thoughtfully rethinking what we want from government agencies and public institutions as well/5.

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Covey defines effectiveness as the balance of obtaining desirable Author: Stephen R. Covey. Five academics (Bellah, Richard Madsen, William Sullivan, Ann Swidler, Steven Tipton) follow up an earlier work (Habits of the Heart,which examined America's conflict between individualism and social commitment) with one that focuses on institutions.

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In today’s post, we’ll look at .What makes something a bad habit? Well, I feel bad habits have to fit a number of specific requirements: They are repetitive negative behavior can be stopped with motivation and will power (unlike a mental condition like Tourrettes).Society takes a dim view of habits break customs, laws, or people find the habit annoying, repulsive, or .