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Can a nation be a gentleman?

by Stein, Robert

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Published by Judd & Detweiler, inc., printers in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsNational peace congress. 3d, Baltimore. 1911
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF912.B7 S8
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p.
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24365471M
LC Control Number11022751

Geek glasses, Hawaiian shirts, 80’s retro sportswear, you name it – a gentleman wouldn’t be seen dead in something purely for the sake of ‘irony’, leave this look to the likes of pop-up-store-come-vintage-clothing-come-speakeasy-bar-owners. The GentleManners Books book series by multiple authors includes books How to Be a Gentleman: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy, 50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know, How to Be a Lady: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy, and several more. See the complete GentleManners Books series book list in order, box sets or omnibus.

  The book was optioned by Lionsgate to be made into a feature film and its French translation received the Prix Fitzgerald. His second novel, A Gentleman in Moscow, published in , was also a New York Times bestseller and was ranked as one of the best books of by the Chicago Tribune, the Miami Herald, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the St. Louis Dispatch, and NPR. Author Dr. Dain Heer Category Return of the Gentleman I had the great honor of being on the Inspire Nation show recently. If you’ve ever wanted to be a gentleman, or attract a gentleman, or contribute to a gentleman in your life, please join us for this candid conversation.

  Avoid, in conversation all subjects which can injure the absent. A gentleman will never calumniate or listen to calumny. The wittiest man becomes tedious and ill-bred when he endeavors to engross entirely the attention of the company in which he should take a more modest part. Avoid set phrases, and use quotations but rarely.   A gentleman is always in control of himself, body and mind. If you do lose control, however, it’s important to apologize instead of acting like nothing happened. Remember that a true gentleman is a person who can go out in public without making a scene or embarrassing himself. Self-awareness is a key part of being a : M.


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