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Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management Paperback – December 23, 2011
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However, the book doesn't have any publishing information that is standard in the front of the book (ie first published, who published it etc). It looks like someone has typed the book into a publishing/ MSWord document and then printed it and bound it. I wanted to have a book that has been around for over a century, and I got a book that looks like it was a stolen copy. I guess you get what you pay for.
It makes gooding reading and still has information for us now. I read some cookbooks like I read novels. This was very enjoyable and and a go-to book for info and recipies.
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I love any book about the past and how people lived.I never get bored.Published 2 months ago by whiteoak59
The fun of this is actually how dated it is, yet still in many ways relevant to today's frugal mindsetPublished 4 months ago by Miss Marple
This book is only interesting from a feminist point of view, to see what was expected of western women 'back in the day'. Other than that, it's useless. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karn Kowshik
I love to hear about how people managed their daily lives in the past.Published 4 months ago by NoGiftsPlease
You must, first and foremost, approach this book more as an historical account rather than a guide for modern household living. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Valerie R Jackson
It is incredible to realize that she was only 29 when she died and yet was able to write such a comprehensive, interesting and useful book.Published 9 months ago by Jerry P. Finn-kelcey