Transnational In Scope, This Much Needed Volume Explores How Modernist Writers And Artists Address And Critique Dramatic Changes To Food Systems That Took Place In The Early Twentieth Century In This Period, Small Farms Were Being Replaced With Industrial Agriculture, Political Upheavals Exacerbated Food Scarcity In Many Countries, And Globalization Opened Up New Modes Of Distributing Culinary Commodities Looking At A Unique Variety Of Texts By Authors From Ireland, Italy, France, The United States, India, The Former Soviet Union, And New Zealand, Contributors Draw Attention To Modernist Representations Of Food Among Other Topics, They Consider Oscar Wilde S Aestheticization Of Food, Katherine Mansfield S Use Of Eggs As A Feminist Symbol, Langston Hughes S Frequent Use Of Chocolate As A Metaphor For Blackness, Futurist Cuisine And Avant Garde Cookbooks, And The Effects Of National Famines In The Work Of James Joyce, Viktor Shklovsky, And Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay The Diverse Topics And Methodologies Assembled Here Illustrate How Food Studies Can Enrich Research In The Literary And Visual Arts A Milestone Volume, This Collection Introduces Possibilities For Understanding The Connection Between Modernist Aesthetics And The Emerging Food Cultures Of A Globalizing World Contributors Giles Whiteley Aimee Gasston Randall Wilhelm Bradford Taylor Sean Mark C Line Mansanti Shannon Finck
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- 336 pages
- Modernism and Food Studies
- Jessica Martell
- 08 July 2019 Jessica Martell