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Ars Recte Vivende Being Essays Contributed to the Easy Chair

By Curtis, George William

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Title: Ars Recte Vivende Being Essays Contributed to the Easy Chair  
Author: Curtis, George William
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Curtis, G. W. (n.d.). Ars Recte Vivende Being Essays Contributed to the Easy Chair. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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The publication of this collection of Essays was suggested by some remarks of a college professor, in the course of which he said that about a dozen of the ?Easy Chair? Essays in Harper?s Magazine so nearly cover the more vital questions of hygiene, courtesy, and morality that they might be gathered into a volume entitled ?Ars Recte Vivendi,? and as such they are offered to the public.

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CONTENTS EXTRAVAGANCE AT COLLEGE BRAINS AND BRAWN HAZING THE SOUL OF THE GENTLEMAN THEATRE MANNERS WOMAN'S DRESS SECRET SOCIETIES TOBACCO AND HEALTH TOBACCO AND MANNERS DUELLING NEWSPAPER ETHICS 3 EXTRAVAGANCE AT COLLEGE

 

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