To begin again: stories and memoirs, 1908-1929

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Pantheon Books, Nov 3, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 179 pages
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Decades of readers hungry for an intelligent thought gracefully expressed have already gathered the writings of M.F.K. Fisher close to heart. This new collection of classic prose, chronicling life's hungers and renewals, features pieces written as long ago as 40 years and as recently as the 1980s--many never before published. A PBS tribute to the life and works of Fisher is scheduled for later this year.

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Review: TO BEGIN AGAIN: Stories and Memoirs, 1908-1929

User Review  - Jeanne - Goodreads

Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher is known for writing about food. But before she chronicled the world of gastronomy, she was just a kid growing up in Whittier, California. This memoir focuses on her ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christine Feiner - Goodreads

This was the first MFK Fisher I had read and although I would like to read more of her food writing, I was less than enchanted with this memoir. Although it was an interesting insight into her dynamic personality and unique voice. Read full review

Contents

To Begin
3
Native Truths 19081952
7
On Coveting 1912
15
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

In a career that extended from the late 1930s to her death in 1992, M. F. K. Fisher wrote twenty-six books, including A Cordiall Water, Last House, and How to Cook a Wolf. Widely known as the woman who elevated food writing to a literary art, she was elected to the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters and received lifetime achievement awards from the James Beard Foundation and The American Institute of Wine and Food.

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