Sara at the Ritz

Sedgwick, John; Paris, Jay
January 1993
Yankee;Jan93, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p60
Describes Miss Judith Re's Weekend of Social Savvy at Boston's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, in which the author's eight-year-old daughter Sara took part. Why Sara was sent to the weekend of instruction; Her anticipation of the weekend; Judith Re, the teacher; Differences between the boys and girls who attend the weekends; Etiquette basics; What the children are taught; Teaching the art of small talk; More. INSET: `I used my knives and forks properly, I think.', by Sara....


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