Etiquette: The Original Guide to Conduct in Society, Business, Home, and More (Paperback)
First published in 1922, Etiquette has served for generations as the premiere guide to manners and decorum. It details the nuances of various social settings as well as how to act within them, so as not to offend any parties present.
Different settings often call for different conduct. In addition to covering general forms of communication, salutations, greetings, and conversation, this classic manual also details what behaviors and topics are socially acceptable (and unacceptable) at specific events such as weddings, formal dinners, engagements, funerals, christenings, games and sports, business and politics, ball and dances, and many, many more. It will teach you the contemporary time period’s sense of how an individual should conduct oneself, offering tips and tricks long forgotten in an age of impulse, social awkwardness, and conversational disrepair, condoned by our reliance on technology.
Featuring a new foreword by a leading etiquette consultant, pick up a copy of this stunning new edition of Etiquette—start improving your charm and conversational skills today!
About the Author
Emily Post was born in Maryland in 1872. She later moved to New York and eventually published several novels. However, her greatest success was with etiquette books of which the 1922 publication of Etiquette was the first of and launched her career. In 1946, she founded the Emily Post Institute which continues her work today.
William Hanson is an etiquette consultant, social commentator, and broadcaster, who has been labeled by Sky News as the UK's leading consultant in etiquette & protocol.