1899. The average young man is apt to think that success is not for
him. To his mind it is a gift to the few, not to the many. All that
is hoped for from this book is that it may have for young men a
certain sense of nearness to their own lives and thoughts.
Contents: a correct knowledge of himself; what, really is success?
young man in business; his prospects and salary; his social life
and amusements; sowing his wild oats; in matters of dress; his
religious life; attitude toward women; question of marriage.
Kessinger Publishing Co
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||254 x 178 x 13mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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