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INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE Dining with God

Peter the Venerable and the Monks at Cluny, Burgundy, A.D. 1132

CHAPTER TWO Friendship

Marsilio Ficino and the Neoplatonists, Villa Careggi, Florence, 7 November 1468

CHAPTER THREE Fête Champêtre

A Feast of the Gods with Titian, Sansovino, and the Divine Aretino, Venice, 1 August 1540

CHAPTER FOUR Cementing a Bond

The Wedding Banquet of Maria de' Medici and Henri IV, Florence, 5 October 1600

CHAPTER FIVE Taking Office

The Coronation of Charles I, London, 2 February 1626

CHAPTER SIX Showing Off

Nicolas Fouquet Impresses the King, Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France, 17 August 1661

CHAPTER SEVEN Insatiable Gluttony

Count Heinrich von Brühl Dines Alone, Dresden, Mid-Eighteenth Century

CHAPTER EIGHT Seduction

Casanova's Souper Intime, Venice, November 1753

CHAPTER NINE Diplomacy

Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Pe;rigord at Table, Paris, Early Nineteenth Century

CHAPTER TEN Family

Bernard Shaw's Sunday Supper with William Morris and Family, London, July 1884

CHAPTER ELEVEN Eat, Drink, and Be Merry, for Tomorrow We Die

The Secession Banquet, Vienna, 19 January 1900

CHAPTER TWELVE Shocking the World

Caresse Crosby's Surrealist Picnic, The Moulin de Soleil, Forest of Ermenonville, Early July 1932

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Dinners and dining History