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Class with the Countess: How to Live with Elegance and Flair Hardcover – April 16, 2009
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"Being an extremely low-born and gauche person, I rely heavily on the Countess for tips on good manners and etiquette. She has also taught me how to be more sassy and alluring."
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-Catherine Malandrino, fashion designer --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Her advice is insulting to anyone who doesn't live under a rock. However, every now and then, there's a reasonable pointer about making people feel comfortable by asking the lots of questions about themselves,greeting guests, introducing them to each other. But for the most part, she's just assuming we're all bears who are being thrown into human company for the first time ever.
I read it because I was curious about lessons she could possibly think she could teach the rest of us. Turns out, these lessons are minimal at best.