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How to Do It, to Which is Added, How to Live, is split into multiple chapters that act as a guide to advise readers for public and private life. The book is aimed primarily at women, and covers subjects from loneliness to children. The first part of this book is titled, “How to Do It”.The second part of this book is titled, “How to Live.” This section includes chapters such as “How to Sleep,” and “How to Bear Your Brother’s Burdens.” The second section of this book serves as a more practically applicable guide for people during the early 1900s. The entire book is extensive.
Little, Brown, and Company
sleep, exercise, appetite, religion, relationships, fashion, children, youth, government
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Sleep; Exercise; Appetite; Religion; Man-woman relationships; Interpersonal relations; Families; Fashion; Children; Youth; Government etiquette; Government; Boston, Little, Brown and Company
Hale, Edward Everett, "How To Do It, How To Live (Part Two)" (1911). Mother Home & Heaven. 9.