Dining Alone: Stories From The Table For One

Dining Alone Stories From The Table For One In these short stories the table is a scene of revenge and nostalgic memories self realisation and self indulgence separations and new beginnings In turn warm and witty acerbic and compassionate s

  • Title: Dining Alone: Stories From The Table For One
  • Author: Barbara Santich
  • ISBN: 9781743052686
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these short stories the table is a scene of revenge and nostalgic memories, self realisation and self indulgence, separations and new beginnings In turn warm and witty, acerbic and compassionate, sad and joyful, the stories in Dining Alone demonstrate the rich possibilities that food brings to fiction.

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    1. I don’t often read short stories, but this collection intrigued me for a number of reasons. Firstly, it’s edited by Barbara Santich, the food historian who wrote Bold Palates, Australia’s Gastronic Heritage and more recently Enjoyed for Generations, the History of Haigh’s Chocolates, both of which introduced me to a different kind of ‘food’ writing; and secondly because a collection based around the topic of dining alone sounded interesting too.It was only when I actually started rea [...]

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