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|Prepare yourself for the world, as the athletes used to do for their exercise; oil |
your mind and your manners, to give them the necessary suppleness and
flexibility; strength alone will not do. ... Confucius Manners are love in a cool
|One of Nancy Mitford’s most beloved novels, Love in a Cold Climate is a sparkling romantic comedy that vividly evokes the lost glamour of aristocratic life in England between the wars.|
|ANON Manners The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners |
without ever seeing any. FRED ASTAIRE Manners are love in a cool climate.
QUENTIN CRISP, Manners from Heaven Courtesy is not dead — it has merely
|Lesbians are one of the few classes on earth who still believe in noblesse oblige, |
the beauty of good manners and ... point of etiquette, he beautifully demonstrates
that "manners are love in a cool climate," as he wrote in Manners from Heaven.
|Elspeth Probyn Mitford's novel Love in a Cold Climate, it comes as no surprise |
that Cedric Hampton, the heir to the Montdore ... It is, rather, to recognize that they
are both historical conditions ot manners ot being, of "being such that it always ...
|A circumstance no less observable, respecting the manners (is the people of hot .|
climates, is their immutability. ... The next chapter treats of the iusluence of a cold
climate on the manners. ... their beauty excites admiration and love ; and even
their very weakness adds force to their influence, under the idea of delicacy.
|... excellent subject, who regards government as a violation of nature's laws : and |
a son, filled with the molt respectsul sentiments of duty ana" love for his father, (
vid. prts. p. ... by physical causes, and the influence of climates; but they found
themselves lost in perplexity when they descended to particulars, and then only
perceived how extremely opposite in manners, genius, and government nations
|The Montdores came back into the picture gallery, beaming happily and saying, |
to nobody in particular, "So simple, so easy, pleased with any little thing one can
do for them, such wonderful manners, such a memory. Astounding how much ...
|To Americans, English manners are far more frightening than none at all. Randall |
Jarrell 1914–65 ... Nancy Mitford 1904–73 English writer: Love in a Cold Climate
(1949) Ifyou can't say something nice . . . don't say nothing at all. Larry Morey ...
|Nancy Mitford’s most enduringly popular novel, The Pursuit of Love is a classic comedy about growing up and falling in love among the privileged and eccentric. Mitford modeled her characters on her own famously unconventional family.|