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Anthology 2009 By Chesterfield Writers
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The 2009 edition of the Chesterfield Writers Club Anthology
Celebrating the Muse By Chesterfield Writers
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The 2010 edition of the Chesterfield Writers Club Anthology
From Chesterfield & Leipzig to Logan By Laura Hvidston
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Anthology 2008 By The Chesterfield Writers Club
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This is the second annual anthology from the Chesterfield Writer's Club. Anthology 2008 offers unique stories from diverse backgrounds with a common well-spring: Chesterfield, VA.
Anthology 2008 By The Chesterfield Writers Club
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This is the second annual anthology from the Chesterfield Writer's Club. Anthology 2008 offers unique stories from diverse backgrounds with a common well-spring: Chesterfield, VA.
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Anthology 2007 - The Collected Works of The Chesterfield Writers Club
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Anthology 2007 - The Collected Works of The Chesterfield Writers Club
Getting What You Want from Others: A New Collection of Lessons for Success from Lord Chesterfield By Frank Robert Vivelo
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From their first publication, Chesterfield’s letters were considered scandalous. Samuel Johnson said they taught the "morals of a whore, and the manners of a dancing-master." In... More > reality, Chesterfield advocated a strict morality that condemned lying, rudeness, cheating, corruption, vanity, idleness, ridiculing others, and vulgarity. In their place, he recommended good manners, respect for the beliefs and opinions of others, propriety, generosity, charity, eloquence, grace, amiability, good humor, self-control, common sense, and the Golden Rule to woo others, win their hearts, and advance one’s own agenda. The purpose of this book is to encapsulate Chesterfield’s teachings in presentations accessible and easily understood by today's readers. Advice on similar topics is extracted from several letters, brought together, given headings, and arranged where possible in point-by-point format.< Less