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The Routledge Companion to Literature and Food

(Routledge Literature Companions)

Piatti-Farnell, Lorna (EDT)   Brien, Donna Lee (EDT)

Routledge 2018/03
496 p. 26 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138048430
KCN: 1029454933
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The Routledge Companion to Literature and Food explores the relationship between food and literature in transnational contexts, serving as both an introduction and a guide to the field in terms of literary history, defining characteristics, and development. Balancing a comprehensive view of the long histories and preoccupations of literary food studies with attentiveness to recent developments and shifts, the volume illuminates the aesthetic, cultural, political, and intellectual diversity of the representation of food and eating in literature.

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The Routledge Companion to Literature and Food explores the relationship between food and literature in transnational contexts, serving as both an introduction and a guide to the field in terms of defining characteristics and development. Balancing a wide-reaching view of the long histories and preoccupations of literary food studies, with attentiveness to recent developments and shifts, the volume illuminates the aesthetic, cultural, political, and intellectual diversity of the representation of food and eating in literature.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments List of Contributors Introduction LORNA PIATTI-FARNELL AND DONNA LEE BRIEN SECTION I. CONSUMING BODIES: GENDER, HUNGER, AND THE SENSES 1 "New Motions of the Flesh": Chocolate, Pleasure, and the Rise of the Novel KEVIN BOURQUE 2 Wine Poems: The Drinking Song and Dithyrambic Ode in Romantic England and Germany CARINA HART 3 "Jaded Appetite" and "Perverted Taste": The Food Rhetoric of Nineteenth-Century Anti-Sensationalist Critics SARAH FRUEHWIRTH 4 Ravenous Fantasies and Revolting Dinners: Food and Horror in Children's Literature LORNA PIATTI-FARNELL 5 Dinner for Two: Sexual Desire, Reciprocity, and Cannibalism SARAH CLEARY 6 Food, Duty, and Desire in the Women's Novel in the 1960s KERRY MYLER 7 Women Who Don't Eat in Modern Japanese Literature EMERALD L. KING 8 Disordered Eating: Food and Identity Formation JERI KROLL AND JEN WEBB 9 The Taste of Desire, The Trauma of Hunger: Black Female Edibility RITA MOOKERJEE 10 Tintin and the Secrets of Food: The Body Fantastic, Cultural Others and Limits of Language PAUL MOUNTFORT SECTION II. HISTORY, CULTURE, AND NATIONAL IDENTITIES 11 "101 in the Shade": Christmas Pudding in Australian Popular and Literary Verse 1830s-1910 NICOLA ANAE 12 The Devil at Work?: The Cook in Colonial Australian Literature CHARMAINE O'BRIEN 13 'The Uncultivated Taste': Explorer's Accounts of Aboriginal Foodways in Nineteenth Century Australia BLAKE SINGLEY 14 Kiwi Cuisine: Cookbooks, Chefs and Cultural Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand TRACY BERNO, LINDSAY NEILL, DALE THOMPSON, CHRISTINE HALL AND ALISON GRAVILLE 15 Remembrance of Freedoms Past: Foodways in Slave Narratives JENNIFER BROWN 16 Eating to Become: Italian Counter-Narratives of Assimilation, Identity and Migration HARRY KASHDAN 17 Transforming Hunger into Power: Food and Resistance in Nigerian Literature JENNI RAMONE 18 Caribbean Cravings: Literature and Food in the Anglophone Caribbean SARAH LAWSON WELSH 19 Taste Between the Lines: The Presentation of Food in Three Late Imperial Chinese Novels YAN LIANG 20 Food in the Singaporean Graphic Memoir DONNA LEE BRIEN 21 Food Metaphors in Parsi fiction: Negotiating the Politics of Their Existential Crisis PAROMITA DEB 22 Alternative Nostalgia: Taiwanese Food Narrative 2000-2016 CHIENWEI PAN SECTION III. MEALS, FEASTING, AND COMMENSALITY 23 Classical Food and Literature from Archaic Greece to the early Roman Empire GAIL PITTAWAY 24 Viands of the Divine: An Exploration of Food and Food-Based Ritual in Mythology COREY R.WALDEN 25 Food Culture and Food Imagery in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales BURCIN EROL 26 Feasts and Feasting in the Fourteenth Century Gawain and the Green Knight J.S. MACKLEY 27 Meat Constructs: Early Modern English Carnivory FREDERIKA BAIN 28 "The Elegances of the Breakfast-Table": The Encoded Space of the Breakfast-Room in Nineteenth-Century American Novels ANN BEEBE 29 Fears of Consumption and Being Consumed: The Gothicization of Food in Victorian Literature CAMERON DODWORTH 30 Would you Like a Cup of Tea?: Food, Home, and Mid-Century Anxiety in the Later Novels of Shirley Jackson SHELLEY INGRAM AND WILLOW G. MULLINS 31 From Imperial Pineapples to Stalinist Sausage: The Politics and Poetics of Food in Russian Literature BARBARA WYLLIE 32 The Food Trope in Literature, Poetry and Songs from the Irish Tradition MAIRTIN MAC CON IOMAIRE 33 Alimentary Monstrosities: Genetically Modified Food in Contemporary Fiction MARIA CHRISTOU SECTION IV. LITERARY FOOD GENRES 34 The Bible and Food CYNTHIA SHAFER-ELLIOTT 35 Food for Survival: The Medical Importance of Food in Early Modern England SHAWNA GUENTHER 36 Lipped Words to Chew Upon: Thoreau's Dietary Dialects KIMO REDER 37 Dinner Theater / Dinner Theatricality LIZ BLAKE 38 M.F.K. Fisher's Culinary Memoirs MAX FRAZIER 39 Man-eaters: Confessional Food Writing as Narratives of Masculinity ANGELICA MICHELIS 40 Eating to Live, Living to Tell: Foundational Food in the Latina Testimonial Text AMANDA EATON MCMENAMIN 41 Eat, Live, Remember: Food and the Post-Apocalyptic Novel ANNE-MARIE EVANS 42 Food, Memory, and Ethics in Graphic Narratives MIHAELA PRECUP 43 Reading the Food Blog as a 'Culinary Autobiography': Exploring Lifestyle Construction and Enactment of Online Food-centred Stories CARMEL CEDRO Index