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DR. P.M. FORNI is an award-winning professor of Italian Literature at Johns Hopkins University. In 2000 he founded The Civility Initiative at Johns Hopkins and over the years has continued to teach courses on the theory and history of manners. His book Choosing Civility (2002) has sold more than 100,000 copies. Reports on his work have appeared on The New York Times, The Times of London, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The Los Angeles Times. He has been a on a number of radio and television shows, including ABC's World News Tonight, CBS Sunday Morning and BBC's Outlook. For years he was a regular on-the-air contributor to the Baltimore NPR affiliate station and the nationally syndicated radio show The Satellite Sisters.
By following this book and practicing civility, you will succeed in every area of your life.
I am sure Forni would readily agree we want as many people as possible from all walks of life to pick up this book and read it cover to cover!
P.M. Forni is a professor of Italian Literature and also of Civility, at Johns Hopkins University.
This was bought as a gift for a friend of mine. Although I did read the Rules! Helped my friend and I learn how to be better people!Published 2 days ago by harlowlori
The civility guidelines were well stated, but I felt the anecdotes that went along with each one seemed to drag on too leg.Published 6 days ago by Jane Cera
If you work with toxic people, some good thoughts on how to survive.Published 18 days ago by Ronald L. Frakes Jr.
A great look at what is civility and why it is important to the communities in which we live.Published 22 days ago by Jay A
I probably couldn't tolerate having the author around for more than 15 minutes. I was brought up with the same principles but no one in my family thankfully talks in this uppity... Read morePublished 1 month ago by from New Jersey
This the first of an excellent series of books by Professor Forney on Civilty. I gave them to each of my grandchildren (senior high and college students). Read morePublished 1 month ago by MD Trombonist
I like books such as this. There's nothing new in it, but it's a pleasant reminder of the rules of considerate behavior that your mother (hopefully) taught you.Published 1 month ago by Bill Reagan