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Issue Fifteen, Winter 2011
The Hunger Artist:
Food and the Arts

The Hunger Artist: Food in the Arts

 

Guest Editor of the Issue: Dr. Pavlina Radia (Nipissing University)

Table of Contents

Essays in this Collection: A Brief Introduction

Formulated Flesh: The Inhuman Appetite of American Modernist Poetics / Pavlina Radia

A Real Queer Fish: Homoerotic Appetites and the Neo-Victorian (Meta) Real in Sarah Waters's "Tipping the Velvet" / Abigail Dennis

Sideshow: Duality and the Reversal of a Rube's Appetite / Toni-LeeSangastiano

Babette's Feast': Reflections of Food, Art and Consumption / Elisa Segnini

Substance into Shadow: Starvation and Death in Arnold Bennett's "Riceyman Steps" / Sue Asbee

The Fortunes of Stolen Breakfast: The SlaughteredPig, Onion, and Potato in the World War / Veronika Ambros

Good Enough to Eat: Resisting the 'Hunger Gaze' throughPerformance Practice / Jenny Lawson

Cooking up Crimes and Maternal Misdemeanours: From Food Ritual to Transgressive Performances / Catherine Bell

The Hungry Artist, the Hungry Nation: The State of Contemporary Dance in Post-Apartheid South Africa" / Leigh Nudelman

Fast Food or Fine Nourishment: American Animated Cinema, Ratatouille and Cuisine / Brenda Allen

Traversing the Alimentary Canal: Peter Greenaway's "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lovers" / Tim White

Ernest Hemingway and the Aesthetics of Italian Gastronomy / Silvia Ammary

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12/05/2012

 

 

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