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PART I - CHAPTER I

how to prepare and to present tea to an elder; how to stand in an elder's presence; how to listen in silence while an elder speaks whether in praise or blame; in all things I have taught you to submit yourself as a flower submits to sun and rain alike.
" For your husband I have taught you how to decorate your person, how to speak to him with eyes and expression but without words, how tobut these things you will understand when the hour comes and you are alone with him.
" Therefore, you are well versed in all the duties of a gentlewoman. The preparation of sweetmeats and delicate foods you understand, so that you may tempt your husband's appetite and set his thoughts upon your value. Never cease to beguile him with your ingenuity in different dishes.
" The manners and etiquette of aristocratic life -how to enter and leave the presence of your superiors, how to speak to your inferiors, how to enter your sedan, how to greet his mother in the presence of others-these things you know. The behaviour of a hostess, the subtlety of smiles, the art of hair decoration with jewels and flowers, the painting of your lips and finger-nails, the use of scent upon your person, the cunning of shoes upon your little feet-ah, me, those feet of yours and all the tears they have cost ! But I know of

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