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Oh, behave!

Known as the 20th century's etiquette decider, Emily Post led a far from narrow life

By Judith Martin
October 19, 2008

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Emily Post: Daughter of the Gilded Age, Mistress of American Manners By Laura Claridge Random House, 525 pp., $30 "There will be an empty chair at the deal table at Tony's, when the youngsters gather to discuss life, sex, literature, the drama, what is a gentleman, and whether or not to go on to Helen Morgan's Club when the place ... (Full article: 996 words)

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