The rituals of dinner : the origins, evolution, eccentricities, and meaning of table manners

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HarperCollins, Jan 1, 1992 - Reference - 432 pages
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Review: The Rituals of Dinner: The Origins, Evolution, Eccentricities and Meaning of Table Manners

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Once one knows what one is eating, what is the next logical step? To examine how one eats. That is the premise of this book, and although Visser's training may have been in Classics, she is really a ... Read full review

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A little more wordy and academic than what I was looking for, but some interesting information. Read full review

Contents

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C7e Tfeasure of 7Jour Company
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Margaret Visser is the author of three previous books: "Much Depends on Dinner", "Rituals of Dinner", & "The Way We Are". She lives in Barcelona.

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