2 edition of Lifeitselfmanship found in the catalog.
Extracts previously printed in The Observer in October 1956.
|Statement||by Decca Treuhaft ; illustrated by Pele.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Decca's literary ambitions slowly rumble and awaken. Her first published volume (self-published and mimeographed) was an extended joke about the tiresomeness of Communist Party jargon. Called 'Lifeitselfmanship,' by one Decca Treuhaft, this whole "book" is appended to this autobiography.
It makes fun reading/5(9). Called 'Lifeitselfmanship,' by one Decca Treuhaft, this whole "book" is appended to this autobiography. It makes fun reading.4/5(7). Lifemanship was an offshoot of Stephen Potter's Gamesmanship, and is, like the latter, an anti-self-help book of sorts: it actually advises, through its dry humor, what not to do in society.
In spite of this, however, it offers much insight on human interactions. It falls short from being a masterpiece due to its fragmentary nature: it is highly topical, and unfocused. It is, ne4/5. The pamplet is a mildly amusing, gentle satire on the stilted syntax used by earnest Commies (or Left-wingers, as the author euphemizes).
It is frankly derivative of her sister Nancy Mitford's little treatise of the period, Noblesse Oblige, which contrasted U (upper-class) and Non-U 3/5(1).
And so on. “Lifeitselfmanship” is very funny, and printed as an appendix to “A Fine Old Conflict.” Like the chapters on the Mitfords growing up and staying on Lifeitselfmanship book England, and the chapters. Life Itself is the memoir by film critic Roger Ebert, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for the Chicago Sun-Times who through partnership with film critic Gene Siskel, co-hosted a nationally syndicated TV talk show that made him a household name as a critic, with his insights, interviews and patented thumbs up/ thumbs down summary of movies.
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A Fine Old Conflict is a chronicle of Mitford's years as a member of the American Communist Party. It picks up where Hons and Rebels (also published in the US as Daughters and Rebels), her memoir of her youth and marriage, leaves off/5(9).
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LibraryThing Review User Review - peptastic - LibraryThing. At times I found myself getting annoyed with Jessica Mitford to downright angry while reading her second memoir.
A Fine Old Conflict is about her life in the America communist party, her problems with 3/5(2). Jessica Lucy 'Decca' Freeman-Mitford (11 September – 23 July ) was an English author, one of the six aristocratic Mitford sisters noted for their sharply conflicting politics.
Jessica, who represented the far left, married her second cousin Esmond Romilly, killed in World War II, and then American civil rights lawyer Robert Treuhaft, with whom she joined the American Communist Known for: Mitford sister, Communist, Hons and Rebels.
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Subsequently, your handbook becomes a crucial tool to live a life. Mitford's first book, Lifeitselfmanship, was privately published in Her autobiography, Daughters and Rebels (, reprinted ), hilariously recounts her childhood and marriage to Romilly.
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In this online version of the manual we have attempted to keep the flavor of the original layout while taking advantage of the Web's universal accessibility. Such as producing Lifeitselfmanship: or How to Become a Precisely Because Man, the send-up of Left language, illustrations by me.
It was home-mimeographed, stapled and sold to benefit The People’s World, although the satire rubbed some Comrades the wrong way.Stephen Meredith Potter (1 February – 2 December ) was a British author best known for his parodies of self-help books, and their film and television derivatives.
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