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The Resource Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature, edited by Monika Elbert and Marie Drews

Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature, edited by Monika Elbert and Marie Drews

Label
Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature
Title
Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Monika Elbert and Marie Drews
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
810.9356409034
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS201
LC item number
.C85 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Nineteenth-century major lives and letters
Label
Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature, edited by Monika Elbert and Marie Drews
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-255) and index
Contents
Introduction / Monika Elbert and Marie Drews -- pt. 1. Culinary etiquette and capitalist appetites : consumption and economies of food. Suburban men at the table : culinary aesthetics in the mid-century country book / Maura D'Amore -- Conspicuous consumption : Howells, James, and the gilded age restaurant / Mark McWilliams -- "Bonbons in abundance" : the politics of sweetness in Kate Chopin's fiction / Andrew Dix and Lorna Piatti -- pt. 2. Confrontations and negotiations : power dynamics at the American table. Whale as a dish : culinary rhetoric and the discourse of power in Moby-Dick / Robert T. Tally Jr. -- Catharine Beecher, Harriet E. Wilson, and domestic discomfort at the northern table / Marie Drews -- "True and faithful in everything" : recipes for servant and class reform in Catherine Owen's cookbook novels / Kim Cohen -- pt. 3. Palatable virtues : models of citizenship and the national cuisine. Doughnuts and gingerbread, apples and pears : boyhood food economies in nineteenth-century periodicals for children / Lorinda B. Cohoon -- The edible book : white female pleasure and novel reading / Cree LeFavour -- The perfect dinner : Hawthorne's ruminations on old and New England / Monika Elbert -- pt. 4. Man does not live on bread alone : the paradox of nourishment. Hunger, panic, refusal : the gift of food in Susan Warner's The wide, wide world / Hildegard Hoeller -- Strawberries and salt : culinary hazards and moral education in Little women / Yvonne Elizabeth Pelletier -- "This foreshadowed food" : representations of food and hunger in Emily Dickinson's American gothic / Elizabeth Andrews -- Consumption and cannibalism in the altrurian romances of William Dean Howells / Lance Rubin
Control code
434562101
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
viii, 267 p.
Isbn
9780230616288
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)434562101
Label
Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century American literature, edited by Monika Elbert and Marie Drews
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-255) and index
Contents
Introduction / Monika Elbert and Marie Drews -- pt. 1. Culinary etiquette and capitalist appetites : consumption and economies of food. Suburban men at the table : culinary aesthetics in the mid-century country book / Maura D'Amore -- Conspicuous consumption : Howells, James, and the gilded age restaurant / Mark McWilliams -- "Bonbons in abundance" : the politics of sweetness in Kate Chopin's fiction / Andrew Dix and Lorna Piatti -- pt. 2. Confrontations and negotiations : power dynamics at the American table. Whale as a dish : culinary rhetoric and the discourse of power in Moby-Dick / Robert T. Tally Jr. -- Catharine Beecher, Harriet E. Wilson, and domestic discomfort at the northern table / Marie Drews -- "True and faithful in everything" : recipes for servant and class reform in Catherine Owen's cookbook novels / Kim Cohen -- pt. 3. Palatable virtues : models of citizenship and the national cuisine. Doughnuts and gingerbread, apples and pears : boyhood food economies in nineteenth-century periodicals for children / Lorinda B. Cohoon -- The edible book : white female pleasure and novel reading / Cree LeFavour -- The perfect dinner : Hawthorne's ruminations on old and New England / Monika Elbert -- pt. 4. Man does not live on bread alone : the paradox of nourishment. Hunger, panic, refusal : the gift of food in Susan Warner's The wide, wide world / Hildegard Hoeller -- Strawberries and salt : culinary hazards and moral education in Little women / Yvonne Elizabeth Pelletier -- "This foreshadowed food" : representations of food and hunger in Emily Dickinson's American gothic / Elizabeth Andrews -- Consumption and cannibalism in the altrurian romances of William Dean Howells / Lance Rubin
Control code
434562101
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
viii, 267 p.
Isbn
9780230616288
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)434562101

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