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John Bridges, author of How to Be a Gentleman, is also the coauthor, with Bryan Curtis, of seven other volumes in the best-selling GentleManners series. He is a frequent guest on television and radio news programs, always championing gentlemanly behavior in modern society. Bridges has appeared on the Today Show, the Discovery Channel, and CBS Sunday Morning, and has been profiled in People magazine and the New York Times.
They say that you cannot teach common sense. This may or may not be true but manners is not something you are born with, it is something you learn. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Vallee
The book is very informative for non westerners to survive in the west say the least. It might look like common sense to well-educated people.Published 12 months ago by B. Li
I breezed through this book in a couple of hours. It's got some great tips and is never dull. Short little one-liners throughout.Published on April 1 2010 by Sam Ribtor
A portion of the book is common sense, a portion gives practical guidelines for entertaining, a portion is about consideration for others and a portion is simply archaic or... Read morePublished on April 9 2004 by S. Andersen
What it means to be a "gentlemen" is always a matter of opinion. But John Bridges offers us a well-balanced path, addressing most areas of life in a brief 150 page book... Read morePublished on April 6 2004 by Edward J. Vasicek
A couple of interesting details here and there, a simple reference book for the occasional gentleman.Published on Dec 2 2003
The biggest complaint people have against books on etiquette and manners is that most of what's in them is common sense. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2003 by Scott E. Allen
In an increasingly uncivilised world its nice to see that there are more of us who wish to engage in civility. Read morePublished on Oct. 14 2003 by Jay M. Lutsky
This book is wonderful at seeing beyond the minutiae of ordinary books on etiquette, and cutting to the core of what is truly useful in daily life.Published on Sept. 9 2003 by Matthew Ford