Star-spangled manners: in which Miss Manners defends American etiquette (for a change).

Title Star-spangled manners: in which Miss Manners defends American etiquette (for a change).
Names Martin, Judith.
Book Number DB057192
Annotation Martin's social history analyzes every aspect of American life of the last two centuries, beginning with the Founding Fathers who, "having toppled a government," imagined "themselves capable of becoming master etiquetteers." Topics include how not to be a nuisance, being yourself, disaster (earthquake, fire, bombings) etiquette, public celebrations, and personal appearance. 2003.
Narrator Potts, Faith.
Title Status Active
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
Short Book - SH
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
General NonFiction - GNF
Etiquette (Manners) - 395
Adventure NonFiction - Disaster - ADND
Psychology Popular - PSYP
Social sciences - 300
History United States - 973
Customs, etiquette, folklore - 390
Female narrator - FN
LC Subject Etiquette - United States - History
Medium Digital Books
Language English
Length 9 hours, 52 minutes
Publication Info (Potomac Talking Book Services, recording studio). 2006 (Potomac Talking Book Services, recording studio).
Original Publication Recorded from: 1st ed. New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2003.
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