Emily post → 엘리자베스의 시할머니, 페기의 시증조할머니
Elizabeth → Emily의 손자며느리, 페기의 시어머니
· 1문단 : 에티켓 들어가기
Who needs it? Not you! You know which fork to use when. You never crook your pinkie when holding a cup. And you’re always on time for appointments. Etiquette? Get serious!
That attitude is likely to give a high priestess of manners a hissy fit. Most people, it seems, haven’t a clue what etiquette means.
- 매너의 높은 거장: Emily, Peggy, Elizabeth
- 이러한 태도 : 에티켓을 하찮게 여기는 태도
· 3문단 : 1990년대의 에티켓 = niceties 그러나, 사람들의 사회적 행동으로서 중요함.
Etiquette, in the 1990s, is about niceties like not cutting off motorists when switching lanes, or not swatting anyone with your backpack on the subway. “Etiquette is a code of behavior based on consideration and thoughtfulness, and it’s a fallacy that only certain people need it,” said Peggy Post, a great-granddaughter-in-law of Emily Post, the doyenne of the etiquette gurus, who for almost eight decades has stood for what’s proper in social behavior.