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Books of The Times: ‘The New Book of Snobs’ Updates the Shifting Science of Social Cues

From New York Times
Posted 18 April 2017, 3.49pm edt

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D.J. Taylor’s clever and timely work contends that the world would be a poorer place without a bit of insolence and ostentation.


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