Originally published in the 1930s, How to Do and Say in England is a spoof foreign tourist guide on how to speak and behave in England that goes wonderfully wrong. Following in the best tradition of Daisy Ashford and Mr. Cholmondley? Warner, our ? "German author concocts model Englishmen Lord Smith, Lord Robinson, and Viscount Brown to demonstrate to the eager student just how to? Get along quite first-hole with the Bestcircles of Lords and Miladys." Topics of study include Society, Sport, Love, Humour, Animals, London, the Countryside, and Birthdays. Each lesson includes hilarious sample conversations among Smith, Robinson, and Brown at large in society.