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Some Notes on Lifemanship by Stephen Potter
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Some Notes on Lifemanship (original 1947; edition 1959)

by Stephen Potter (Author)

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Title:Some Notes on Lifemanship
Authors:Stephen Potter (Author)
Info:pp. 115. Penguin Books: Harmondsworth, 1962.
Collections:Ägda, Your library, I lådor, Hyfsade omslag, Läst 2013, 1001, Ovägt
Rating:***1/2
Tags:brittisk litteratur, essäer, facklitteratur, humor, psykologi, satir, psykningar

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Lifemanship: With a Summary of Recent Researches in Gamesmanship by Stephen Potter (1947)

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  FreeBeard | Jul 26, 2013 |
Funny, but actually a lot of good advice ( )
  carterchristian1 | Mar 1, 2012 |
very amusing and then some. these 'manship' books are superby written and just the right length to keep the reader interested, not too short and certainly not too long. ( )
  myykkall | Apr 6, 2009 |
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Millions of people have formulated the wish, often unexpressed, that the lessons learnt from the philosophy of Gamesmanship should be extended to include the simple problems of everyday life.

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In conversation play, the important thing is to get in early and stay there.

(Chapter I - Conversationship).
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