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|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.|
|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
|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.
|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 ...
|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.|
|Devout Loves still existed, when the general manners wore the livery of devotion |
; then lovers, in pious processions, whipped ... mingled with it, was subtle and
cold; the ideas of piety, which were allied with it from time to time, instead of
warming and ennobling it, as before, ... and the warmth of the climate, to poetry,
musick, and Love, were, as President Henault styles them, the knights errant of
|Effects of a cold climate upon the morals. Sect. I. Pronenefs to acts of violence — |
35 T ... I. Sensibility — — 18 II, Love — — — 19 III. Friendjhip — — ib. IV. ...
Effects of climate on the manners. perature — — 24 Sect. I. General state of
morals in ...
|VI. On the effect of moderate climates on the temper and disposition. - SECT. I. Se|
'zsibilcty ._ _ 13 II. Love - -- ..._. 19 Ill. Friendship - - ib. ... Effects of climate on the
manners. SECT. I. General ... Effects of a cold climate upon the morals. SECT.
|I am convinced, that the love of labour, whether in or out of doors, is not the cause |
of our being well supplied in England with labourers. Could our labourers live
comfortably without it, they would, even in our cold climate, shew some
|INTRODUCTION. xxiii than from a spirit of candour or love of truth, it has offered a |
prominent mark for the display of ... the inhabitants of a cold climate would have
denuded themselves of so essential a part of the dress xxiv mrnonncrrox. of all ...