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The Bachelor Girl's Guide to Everything, Or, The Girl on Her Own - Agnes M. Miall - Google книги
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May 01, Laura Bang rated it liked it Shelves: nonfiction , britishisms. My best friend got me this book as a housewarming gift, for my first flat on my own. It's quite interesting that most of the advice for bachelor girls is still applicable nearly years later--there really wasn't all that much to date the book, aside from references to prices in British pounds, so I've no idea what the equivalents would be and war-time necessities, and of course a few social differences.
The basics of th My best friend got me this book as a housewarming gift, for my first flat on my own. The basics of the practical advice still apply, though.
I must confess to being very glad, however, that women's salaries have improved enough that this bachelor girl can afford her very own flat, instead of Ms. Miall's days when "the girl worker who can afford an entire flat of her own is so rare that she need not be considered in this volume" Feb 02, The Rags of Time rated it it was amazing Shelves: world-war-1 , research , britain.
This book will tell you all about real everyday life in - how to starch collars, open a bank account, furnish a bed-sit and, even, how to cook several dishes on a single flame using old jam jars. Invaluable for anyone researching early 20th century life. Apr 03, FoFacy rated it really liked it. While certainly outdated and a bit old-fashioned there's still some sound advice to be given in this book.
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Special friend of mine bought this book for me in the hopes that I would find it amusing. He was right. Sep 04, Erika Mulvenna rated it liked it Shelves: housewifely , etiquette. Originally published in , this little book gives very down to earth advice for any young girl leaving home to live and work on her own. Loved the little peek into what a single girl's life may have been like about years ago.
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