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The Tragedy of a Picture

by Roma White

All in all, not a bad novelette, but not apaticualy good one either. it's a litle bit too short and has no character development . But to it's merit, it did leave an impact on me, altough the story could have been much better in terms of almost everything. Has potential but not much more

Reviewed on 2009.10.08

Kathleen

by Christopher Morley

A delicious little story well worth the read. Absolutely hilarious at some moments, I could scarsely believe that
this small gem made me laugh so much! Highly recommened as a nice diversion from the less pleasing aspects of life

Reviewed on 2009.06.22

Etiquette

by Emily Post

Out dated by today's standards, but still, the essence remains and this makes Emily Post and her book THE book about social manners. I enjoyed it reading immensely, not just for the topic it covers, but also as a historical journal of behavior in the early 20th century. For anyone interested in etiquette, this is a MUST.

Reviewed on 2009.06.22

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