Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature

Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature

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Aoyama analyses a range of diverse writings that focus on food, eating, and cooking and considers how factors such as industrialisation, urbanisation, nationalism, and gender construction have affected people's relationships to food, nature, and culture, and to each other.Women Criticizing Mena#39;s Cooking and Writing The a€œgourmet booma€ has produced and consumed thousands of books relating ... KaikA² Takeshi, Ikenami ShA²tarA², Mizukami Tsutomu, and Shimada Masahiko have published food essays and recipes. ... It was, however, accompanied by such grand manifestos and declarations that mena#39;s cooking is a hobby requiring extraordinary imagination and creativity.

Title:Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature
Author: Tomoko Aoyama
Publisher:University of Hawaii Press - 2008

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