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        LC ClassificationsJanuary 1, 2007
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        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
        Number of Pages89
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        ISBN 101429005394
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As A Chinaman Saw Us by Anonymous: Chapter 18

Sets or classes, even among men, are found in all towns where there is any display of wealth. Everything is black, and the more fashionable the family the deeper the black.

The etiquette of the fish is to eat it with a fork; to use the knife even to cut the fish would be unpardonable, or to touch it to take out the bones; the fork alone must be used.

It appears to be the fate of the republic not to place its greatest men in the White House, and by this I mean great statesmen. In their stories the Americans spare neither age, sex, nor relatives. I think the secret is that he is young and a hero, and what the Americans call an all-around man; not brilliant in any particular line, but a man of energy, like our ——. What can you As a Chinaman Saw Us of so contradictory a people? In the North they also have a strange custom, called chewing gum.

The Superstitions of the American• Americans of the As a Chinaman Saw Us class have, as a rule, an absolute lack of savoir faire and social refinement; lack them so utterly as to become comical.

In a country town was a "quack" doctor, who professed to be a "head examiner," giving people charts according to their "bumps," a fad which has many followers. The American story is incomprehensible to the average foreigner, but it is good form to laugh.

She laughed, and responded, "Yes, I get that from my English grandfather. A fool could hardly get in, though the labor unions have placed some vicious representatives there.

In China, as you know, a guest or a host would have killed himself rather than commit so gross a solecism; but this is America. Then there is the psychometric doctor, who cures by spirits. When you leave, the sidewalk porter expects a fee; if he does not receive it the door of the carriage may possibly be slammed on the tail of your coat. Despite this, the Americans are hard-fisted, shrewd, and as a nation a match for any in the field of cunning.mentioning the telephone, printing, and others.