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This volume explores the intersection between culinary history and literature across a period of profound social and cultural change. Split into four parts, essays focus on the relationships between eating and childhood reading in the Victorian era, the role of hunger in depicting social instability and reform, the cultivation of taste through advertising and the formation of cultural legacies through imaginative and emotional experiences of food and drink. Contributors show that studying consumption is necessary for a full understanding of class, gender, national identity and the body. The works of writers such as Elizabeth Gaskell, Edward Lear, Isabella Beeton and Bram Stoker are considered alongside advice manuals, Home Front narratives and advertising to provide an innovative work that will be of interest to scholars of social, cultural and medical history as well as literary studies.
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Mary Addyman recently completed her PhD at the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, UK Laura Wood recently completed her PhD at the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, UK Christopher Yiannitsaros recently completed his PhD at the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick, UK
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