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About this Item: Philadelphia ; New York : J B Lippincott Company, 1951, 1951. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. 232 pp. ; blue cloth with dustjacket ; Contents: Wedding presents -- The book page -- How to write a pet story -- Women and drinks -- On rereading Doakes -- Fraternity Row -- Sweetness and light -- The high tariff INn -- The case against the horse -- How to cook a roast -- Good old days -- The 1913 Chalmers 36 -- The great Stutz corner -- Nebraska story -- High prices -- British humor -- Word magic -- Why people subscribe to magazines -- Boston motorist -- Raw beef -- FLorida vacation -- On reading Trollope -- The way to a man's heart -- Prep schools -- Note to newspaper copy desks -- Horse-feathers -- Party punch -- Fifty cents a copy -- Unaccustomed as I am -- Note to automobile manufacturers -- The rich -- Dog fancier -- Appetizers -- Sentinel of the republic -- MOther of the bride -- Ahem! -- Cottage by the sea -- False economy -- Going up? -- Time-killers vs. common sense -- How fast is quick? -- True story -- The unsuspected uses of costume jewelry -- Deferred testimonial -- Train game -- obedience tests -- Specialty of the house -- The Dale Carnegie Club Magazine -- Our civil service -- Out where the cults begin -- A run for the money -- Dr. Brinkley -- How to make your book a best-seller -- Husbands-in-waiting -- Opera in English -- Perils of dictation -- How to tie your shoe -- The explosive twenties -- British type -- Husbands, a few case histories -- Nut or genius? -- Anybody would know that -- Gift-buyer's guide -- Divided we stand -- Have we licked polio? -- The movies -- Why read against the grain? -- Old wives' tale -- The Waldorf Bar -- Grounds for matrimony -- Problem for parents -- Lean pickings -- CLub story -- The squelch sagacious -- Men of distinction -- The multi-negative -- You never tell me anything -- The clock that struck 13 -- Rumpus room -- Feed the brute -- Are educators saps? -- Ghost car -- Something new -- Hard times -- Nick Carter rides again -- Quick-change artiste -- The Washington beat -- Among prominent persons -- For a municipal casino -- Opera -- Guest conductor -- The big noise -- Air castles abroad -- Vermont farmer -- We happy few -- Confessions of a Mrs. Reader -- Wine for breakfast -- Media man kicks through -- Can husbands be taught? ; essays by The Atlantic Monthly's Accent on Living editor ; worn, ex-lib copy, FAIR. Book. Seller Inventory # 005951

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