Table of contents for Food, film, and culture : a genre study / James R. Keller.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: The Cinematic Hunger Artists	1
1: The Allegory of Intemperance: Spenser and Greenaway's
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover	00
2: Itzam Revealed: Chocolat and Mayan Mythology	00
3: Scotland, PA: Macbeth, McMeat and McMurder	00
4: Four Little Caligulas: La Grande Bouffe, Consumption
and Male Masochism	00
5: What's Cooking?: Multiculturalism and Holiday
Histrionics or a Banquet of Shouting	00
6: Mostly Martha: Appe/type and Stereo/tite	00
7: "Culinizing" the Female Form: Felicia's Journey, Predation,
and Cultural Imperialism	000
8: Dreaming of the Pure Vegetable Kingdom: Ecofeminism
and Agriculture in A Thousand Acres and Antonia's Line	000
9: The Kitchen Panopticon: Indeterminacy and the Myth of
Objective Surveillance	000
10: Filming and Eating Italian: Big Night and Dinner Rush	000
11: A Chef in Love: The Fable of a Communist and
Culinary Re-Evolution	000
12: The Artist in Exile: Babette's and "Alexander's Feast"	000
13: "Family Suppers and the Social Syntax of Dissimilation"	000
14: "Food Fights: The Martial Chefs and Magical Arts of
Asian Cinema"	000
Conclusion	000
Appendix: Food Films	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Food in motion pictures.