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This ‘tasty’ collection brings together five stories and extracts all with food at their heart. Food and literature have a long relationship and food is used to shed light on characters and relationships, from meals as the centre of family life to food as a political symbol. With all kinds of stories and all kinds of foods, there will be something for all literature (and food) lovers to enjoy.
● 184 pages
An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving by Louisa May Alcott / The Little Pies by Alphonse Daudet / A piece of Steak by Jack London / Like Water for Chocolate: January by Laura Esquivel / A Piece of Pie by Damon Runyon