How To Be A Gentleman Hardback

A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy

by John Bridges;

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How To Be A Gentleman

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A Timely Guide to Timeless Manners
The revised and updated edition of the smash-hit 'How to Be a Gentleman' and offers practical advice on being a gentleman in the twenty-first century.
Should you take your BlackBerry on vacation? What is the best way to accept a compliment? Is an e-mail an acceptable means of writing a Thank-You note? While the tenets of gracious behaviour never change, the situations a gentleman faces do and have changed significantly in the last ten years.
In this revised, updated, and expanded version of the bestselling 'How to Be a Gentleman', Bridges addresses new issues such as airport security, Bluetooth and BlackBerry usage, and appropriate internet and instant message communication. Still featured are topics ranging from how to receive a compliment to how to act at funerals.
Certain to be the must-have guide for the modern gentleman, this revised edition will echo the success of its predecessor.

How To Be A Gentleman by John Bridges was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2011 and is our 34375th best seller. The ISBN for How To Be A Gentleman is 9781401604738.

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Details for How To Be A Gentleman

Page last updated 4th July 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherThomas Nelson (December 2011)
Number of Pages240
Thickness20 mm
Height208 mm
Width119 mm
Product Code4011877
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