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Emily Post (1872-1960) wanted to be a novelist, but it was her 1922 book on etiquette that made her immortal. Firm, yet sensible, her guide to proper behavior served as a fitting substitute who had not been blessed like the author with a finishing school education. In the half century since Post's death, her standard setting primer has evolved with the times, morphing into a portable mentor that covers topics including social network do's and don't, cell phone etiquette, and establishing roommate rapport. The 18th edition is available in both a 736-page hardcover and an at your fingertips NOOK Book version.