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Ask the Past

Th gunpowder and let smolder budget fashion tips of the Middle Ages save on the clothes splurge on the purse or a sixteenth century primer on seduction hint do no pass gas Ask the Past is a wildly entertaining guide to life from the people who lived it fir When I won an advanced copy of Ask the Past in a drawing I was thrilled thrilled not because it was one of the few times when I had The Breach of Crowns purse or a sixteenth century Icebergs primer on seduction hint do no The Line pass gas Ask the Past is a wildly entertaining guide to life from the Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy people who lived it fir When I won an advanced copy of Ask the Past in a drawing I was thrilled thrilled not because it was one of the few times when I had

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Want to know how to garden with lobsters How to sober up Grow a beard Or simply how to make a perfect omelet Look no further Rather look backward Based on the popular blog Ask the Past is full of the wisdom of the ages as well as the fad diets zany pickup I received this book through Goodreads First Reads The bits of advice from the past are comically enough on their own but the comme

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Lines and bacon Band Aids of the ages Drawn from centuries of antiue texts by historian and bibliophile Elizabeth P Archibald Ask the Past offers a delightful array of advice both wise and weird Whether it's eighteenth century bedbug advice sprinkle bed wi This was a light enjoyable read I highly recommend it for anyone who has an interest in lives of people hundreds of years ago And o


10 thoughts on “Ask the Past

  1. says:

    This is a short but delightful and sometimes funny book based on a blog called Ask The Past In it the author shares some unusual some touching and some rather odd advice from the days gone by on subjects as diver

  2. says:

    Historian Elizabeth P Archibald does a wonderful job in “Ask the Past” of showing that history can be fun and entertaining Her collection of some of the bestworst excerpts from antiue etiuette and advice books and pamphlets along with accompanying illustrations had me laughing so hard that I could not breathe Her snarky “translations” at the end of each excerpt doubled the entertainment valueAside from

  3. says:

    I received this book through Goodreads First Reads The bits of advice from the past are comically enough on their own but the commentary for each adds to the entertainment

  4. says:

    This short collection of random tips tricks from the Middle Ages Late Renascence was simply delicious I read it b

  5. says:

    This is yet another case of cool blog got a book deal and it has some of the problems intrinsic to this genre Wh

  6. says:

    This was a light enjoyable read I highly recommend it for anyone who has an interest in lives of people hundreds of years ago And of course w

  7. says:

    I won this book and it is hilarious It will be passed on to many friends

  8. says:

    Coffee table book It's pretty funny but I don't feel like finishing it when I could read books with a plot

  9. says:

    When I won an advanced copy of Ask the Past in a drawing I was thrilled thrilled not because it was one of the few times when I had actually won something but thrilled because I have enjoyed the author's blog and facebook page that preceded this gem of a book Ask the Past is a book loaded with advice some pearls nearly ancient other pearls not uite yet a couple centuries old touching upon a myriad of subjects A few examp

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    I found it simply amazing the advice and be

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