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The Resource Eating words : a Norton anthology of food writing, edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Roger J. Porter ; with a foreword by Ruth Reichl

Eating words : a Norton anthology of food writing, edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Roger J. Porter ; with a foreword by Ruth Reichl

Label
Eating words : a Norton anthology of food writing
Title
Eating words
Title remainder
a Norton anthology of food writing
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Roger J. Porter ; with a foreword by Ruth Reichl
Contributor
Author of introduction
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"A glorious survey of food writing from the classical world to the present"--Jacket flap
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
641.01/3
Index
no index present
LC call number
TX631
LC item number
.E376 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • surveys of literature
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1936-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gilbert, Sandra M.
  • Porter, Roger J.
  • Reichl, Ruth
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Gastronomy
  • Food in literature
  • Food writing
Target audience
adult
Label
Eating words : a Norton anthology of food writing, edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Roger J. Porter ; with a foreword by Ruth Reichl
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 465-471)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the gastrolaters
  • (Fran?ois Rabelais)
  • Inviting a friend to supper
  • (Ben Jonson) ;
  • From
  • A modest proposal
  • (Jonathan Swift)
  • On the American kitchen muse
  • (Joel Barlow)
  • On taste
  • Food writing through history: from biblical taboos to Sinclair's stockyards.
  • (Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin) ;
  • From
  • A dissertation upon roast pig
  • (Charles Lamb)
  • The death of Pedrillo
  • (George Gordon, Lord Byron)
  • La belle dame sans merci
  • (John Keats)
  • The onion
  • (Alexandre Dumas)
  • Leviticus II (The Old Testament, c. 538-332 BCE)
  • Watermelons
  • (Henry David Thoreau)
  • Ash cake and the rich man's table
  • (Frederick Douglass)
  • The whale as a dish
  • (Herman Melville) ;
  • From
  • Transcendental wild oats
  • (Louisa May Alcott)
  • Oysters
  • A cheerful invitation to dinner
  • (Anton Chekhov)
  • On the Madeleine
  • (Marcel Proust)
  • A visit to the slaughterhouse
  • (Upton Sinclair) --
  • (Horace)
  • Trimalchio's feast
  • (Petronius)
  • On eating meat
  • (Plutarch)
  • (Audre Lorde)
  • A magic bagel
  • (Calvin Trillin)
  • "No thank you, I don't care for artichokes"
  • (Sandra M. Gilbert)
  • Mother's cooking
  • (Maxine Hong Kingston)
  • Sauerkraut and a pig-sticking
  • (Judith Moore)
  • The bread/
  • At the family hearth: memory, identity, ethnicity.
  • The other bread
  • (Louise DeSalvo)
  • Cooking the Kaddish
  • (Susan Gubar)
  • The queen of mold
  • (Ruth Reichl)
  • What'd you people call that?
  • (Ntozake Shange)
  • Wet dogs and white people
  • (Henry Louis Gates Jr.)
  • Just enough money
  • Passover
  • (Elizabeth Ehrlich)
  • A house and a yard
  • (Diana Abu-Jaber)
  • Swallowing fish bones
  • (Linda Furiya)
  • Indian takeout
  • (Jhumpa Lahiri) --
  • (A.J. Liebling)
  • The first oyster
  • (M.F.K. Fisher)
  • Souse, but no black pudding
  • (Austin Clarke)
  • Spices
  • Fresh figs/
  • Borscht/
  • Pranzo caprese
  • (Walter Benjamin)
  • When you camp out, do it right
  • (Ernest Hemingway)
  • Sole Meuni?re
  • (Julia Child)
  • On the onion
  • (Robert Farrar Capon)
  • Hunger games: the delight and dread of eating.
  • Oysters
  • (Seamus Heaney)
  • "I am thinking of the onion"
  • (Erica Jong)
  • My food phobias
  • (Jeffrey Steingarten)
  • On the persistence of taboo
  • (Francine Prose)
  • Et fugu, Brute?
  • (Diane Ackerman)
  • Milk/
  • Introduction/
  • Wilhelmina P?tcher, cold stuffed eggs P?tcher
  • (Cara de Silva)
  • Capitalist poem #5
  • (Campbell McGrath) ;
  • From
  • The last meal
  • (Michael Paterniti)
  • Sea urchin
  • (Chang-rae Lee) ;
  • Apple
  • From
  • A rat in my soup
  • (Peter Hessler) --
  • (Gertrude Stein)
  • The emperor of ice-cream
  • (Wallace Stevens)
  • This is just to say
  • (William Carlos Williams)
  • (Ruth Stone)
  • Killing to eat
  • (William Dickey)
  • Two cook-songs from the planet Musaeus on the same subject, by rival poets
  • (Dorothy Gilbert)
  • In search of filth: a day in the life of a restaurant health inspector
  • (Roger J. Porter)
  • How to stuff a pepper
  • (Nancy Willard)
  • Cuisine m?canique
  • Kitchen practices: chefs, cooks, and tools of the trade.
  • (John Thorne)
  • A visit to Ferran Adri?'s workshop
  • (Adrian Searle)
  • When the burning begins
  • (Patricia Smith)
  • From our kitchen to your table
  • (Anthony Bourdain)
  • The brunch rush
  • (Gabrielle Hamilton)
  • Knife
  • Murder in the kitchen
  • (Bee Wilson) --
  • (Alice B. Toklas)
  • On the use of the fork at table
  • (Norbert Elias)
  • Lines written in the Fannie Farmer cookbook
  • (Elizabeth Bishop)
  • Vegetables II
  • (Massimo Montanari)
  • The logic of cannibalism
  • (Felipe Fern?ndez-Armesto)
  • Mama Menudo
  • (Ray Gonzalez)
  • Arabic coffee
  • (Naomi Shihab Nye) ;
  • From
  • TV dinners
  • (Bill Buford)
  • Cultural tales and tables: our diverse gastronomic ways.
  • Hot dog on a stick
  • (Jonathan Gold)
  • The ?migr?e's feast
  • (Anya von Bremzen)
  • The passion of the toast
  • (Jason Fagone) --
  • Gastronomy and politics
  • (Curnonsky, Maurice Edmond Sailland)
  • Chopsticks
  • (Roland Barthes)
  • Chopsticks
  • (Margaret Visser)
  • Taste is a cultural product
  • (Wendell Berry)
  • My beef with vegans
  • (Alan Richman) ;
  • From
  • A plea for culinary modernism
  • (Rachel Laudan) ;
  • From
  • Fish, flesh, and foul: the anti-vegetarian animus
  • (Steven G. Kellman)
  • Slow food manifesto
  • Food politics: disputes over the menu.
  • (Carlo Petrini)
  • You can't run away on harvest day
  • (Barbara Kingsolver)
  • Cattle metropolis
  • (Michael Pollan)
  • The worst
  • (Eric Schlosser) ;
  • From
  • Consider the lobster
  • (David Foster Wallace)
  • The manifesto of futurist cooking
  • The natural human diet
  • (PETA) --
  • (Filippo Tommaso Marinetti)
  • The staff of life
  • (Henry Miller)
  • Steak
  • (Gary Snyder)
  • The pleasures of eating
  • From
  • What's the recipe?: our hunger for cookbooks
  • (Adam Gopnik)
  • Reading food writing: the language of taste.
  • Eating my words
  • (Betty Fussell)
  • Edible ?criture
  • (Terry Eagleton) ;
  • From
  • Food porn
  • (Molly O'Neill) ;
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxxiii, 471 pages
Isbn
9780393239843
Lccn
2015017219
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn902661371
  • (Sirsi) o902661371
  • (OCoLC)902661371
Label
Eating words : a Norton anthology of food writing, edited by Sandra M. Gilbert & Roger J. Porter ; with a foreword by Ruth Reichl
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 465-471)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the gastrolaters
  • (Fran?ois Rabelais)
  • Inviting a friend to supper
  • (Ben Jonson) ;
  • From
  • A modest proposal
  • (Jonathan Swift)
  • On the American kitchen muse
  • (Joel Barlow)
  • On taste
  • Food writing through history: from biblical taboos to Sinclair's stockyards.
  • (Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin) ;
  • From
  • A dissertation upon roast pig
  • (Charles Lamb)
  • The death of Pedrillo
  • (George Gordon, Lord Byron)
  • La belle dame sans merci
  • (John Keats)
  • The onion
  • (Alexandre Dumas)
  • Leviticus II (The Old Testament, c. 538-332 BCE)
  • Watermelons
  • (Henry David Thoreau)
  • Ash cake and the rich man's table
  • (Frederick Douglass)
  • The whale as a dish
  • (Herman Melville) ;
  • From
  • Transcendental wild oats
  • (Louisa May Alcott)
  • Oysters
  • A cheerful invitation to dinner
  • (Anton Chekhov)
  • On the Madeleine
  • (Marcel Proust)
  • A visit to the slaughterhouse
  • (Upton Sinclair) --
  • (Horace)
  • Trimalchio's feast
  • (Petronius)
  • On eating meat
  • (Plutarch)
  • (Audre Lorde)
  • A magic bagel
  • (Calvin Trillin)
  • "No thank you, I don't care for artichokes"
  • (Sandra M. Gilbert)
  • Mother's cooking
  • (Maxine Hong Kingston)
  • Sauerkraut and a pig-sticking
  • (Judith Moore)
  • The bread/
  • At the family hearth: memory, identity, ethnicity.
  • The other bread
  • (Louise DeSalvo)
  • Cooking the Kaddish
  • (Susan Gubar)
  • The queen of mold
  • (Ruth Reichl)
  • What'd you people call that?
  • (Ntozake Shange)
  • Wet dogs and white people
  • (Henry Louis Gates Jr.)
  • Just enough money
  • Passover
  • (Elizabeth Ehrlich)
  • A house and a yard
  • (Diana Abu-Jaber)
  • Swallowing fish bones
  • (Linda Furiya)
  • Indian takeout
  • (Jhumpa Lahiri) --
  • (A.J. Liebling)
  • The first oyster
  • (M.F.K. Fisher)
  • Souse, but no black pudding
  • (Austin Clarke)
  • Spices
  • Fresh figs/
  • Borscht/
  • Pranzo caprese
  • (Walter Benjamin)
  • When you camp out, do it right
  • (Ernest Hemingway)
  • Sole Meuni?re
  • (Julia Child)
  • On the onion
  • (Robert Farrar Capon)
  • Hunger games: the delight and dread of eating.
  • Oysters
  • (Seamus Heaney)
  • "I am thinking of the onion"
  • (Erica Jong)
  • My food phobias
  • (Jeffrey Steingarten)
  • On the persistence of taboo
  • (Francine Prose)
  • Et fugu, Brute?
  • (Diane Ackerman)
  • Milk/
  • Introduction/
  • Wilhelmina P?tcher, cold stuffed eggs P?tcher
  • (Cara de Silva)
  • Capitalist poem #5
  • (Campbell McGrath) ;
  • From
  • The last meal
  • (Michael Paterniti)
  • Sea urchin
  • (Chang-rae Lee) ;
  • Apple
  • From
  • A rat in my soup
  • (Peter Hessler) --
  • (Gertrude Stein)
  • The emperor of ice-cream
  • (Wallace Stevens)
  • This is just to say
  • (William Carlos Williams)
  • (Ruth Stone)
  • Killing to eat
  • (William Dickey)
  • Two cook-songs from the planet Musaeus on the same subject, by rival poets
  • (Dorothy Gilbert)
  • In search of filth: a day in the life of a restaurant health inspector
  • (Roger J. Porter)
  • How to stuff a pepper
  • (Nancy Willard)
  • Cuisine m?canique
  • Kitchen practices: chefs, cooks, and tools of the trade.
  • (John Thorne)
  • A visit to Ferran Adri?'s workshop
  • (Adrian Searle)
  • When the burning begins
  • (Patricia Smith)
  • From our kitchen to your table
  • (Anthony Bourdain)
  • The brunch rush
  • (Gabrielle Hamilton)
  • Knife
  • Murder in the kitchen
  • (Bee Wilson) --
  • (Alice B. Toklas)
  • On the use of the fork at table
  • (Norbert Elias)
  • Lines written in the Fannie Farmer cookbook
  • (Elizabeth Bishop)
  • Vegetables II
  • (Massimo Montanari)
  • The logic of cannibalism
  • (Felipe Fern?ndez-Armesto)
  • Mama Menudo
  • (Ray Gonzalez)
  • Arabic coffee
  • (Naomi Shihab Nye) ;
  • From
  • TV dinners
  • (Bill Buford)
  • Cultural tales and tables: our diverse gastronomic ways.
  • Hot dog on a stick
  • (Jonathan Gold)
  • The ?migr?e's feast
  • (Anya von Bremzen)
  • The passion of the toast
  • (Jason Fagone) --
  • Gastronomy and politics
  • (Curnonsky, Maurice Edmond Sailland)
  • Chopsticks
  • (Roland Barthes)
  • Chopsticks
  • (Margaret Visser)
  • Taste is a cultural product
  • (Wendell Berry)
  • My beef with vegans
  • (Alan Richman) ;
  • From
  • A plea for culinary modernism
  • (Rachel Laudan) ;
  • From
  • Fish, flesh, and foul: the anti-vegetarian animus
  • (Steven G. Kellman)
  • Slow food manifesto
  • Food politics: disputes over the menu.
  • (Carlo Petrini)
  • You can't run away on harvest day
  • (Barbara Kingsolver)
  • Cattle metropolis
  • (Michael Pollan)
  • The worst
  • (Eric Schlosser) ;
  • From
  • Consider the lobster
  • (David Foster Wallace)
  • The manifesto of futurist cooking
  • The natural human diet
  • (PETA) --
  • (Filippo Tommaso Marinetti)
  • The staff of life
  • (Henry Miller)
  • Steak
  • (Gary Snyder)
  • The pleasures of eating
  • From
  • What's the recipe?: our hunger for cookbooks
  • (Adam Gopnik)
  • Reading food writing: the language of taste.
  • Eating my words
  • (Betty Fussell)
  • Edible ?criture
  • (Terry Eagleton) ;
  • From
  • Food porn
  • (Molly O'Neill) ;
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxxiii, 471 pages
Isbn
9780393239843
Lccn
2015017219
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn902661371
  • (Sirsi) o902661371
  • (OCoLC)902661371

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