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|Named Person:||M F K Fisher; M F K Fisher; Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher|
|Material Type:||Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
M F K Fisher; David Lazar
|ISBN:||0878055959 9780878055951 0878055967 9780878055968|
|Notes:||"Books by M.F.K. Fisher"--P. v.
|Description:||xxi, 209 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Career woman - 1942 Style / Look Magazine --
That wolf at your Front Door / Ted Gill --
In Provence, That Land of Brittle Languors / Charles Poore --
The Art of Eating, the Art of Living / Publishers Weekly --
The Grand Dame of Gastronomy / Nancy Scott --
A Simple Country Lunch with M. F. K. Fisher / James Villas --
Dawdling in Marseilles / Charles Michener --
Romancing People, Places and Food / Joan Chatfield-Taylor --
As the Lingo Languishes / M. F. K. Fisher --
M. F. K. Fisher: How to Cook a Wolf and Other Gastronomical Feats / Ruth Reichl --
How to Cook a Life / David Eames --
Fisher: Past, Present, Future Together / Robert Davidoff --
M. F. K. Fisher / Maya Angelou --
M. F. K. Fisher: Philosopher-Poet of the Stove / Betty Fussell --
M. F. K. Fisher: A Profile / Elizabeth Hawes --
A Conversation with M. F. K. Fisher / Joan Nathan --
Eating Well Is the Best Revenge: A Conversation with M. F. K. Fisher / Julia Reed --
America's Finest Food Writer: M. F. K. Fisher: An Intimate Portrait / Bert Greene --
Loving Brillat-Savarin: A Tale of a Tasteful Affair / Jeannette Ferrary --
M. F. K. Fisher is more than a cookbook author / Susan Stamberg --
It's Not Just Eating / Meg McConahey --
Christmas with M. F. K. Fisher / Christine Vandevelde --
Something of a Ghost: Conversations with M. F. K. Fisher / David Lazar --
The Prime of M. F. K. Fisher / Betty Fussell --
M. F. K. Fisher : Essayist / Bill Moyers --
M. F. K. Fisher / Katherine Usher Henderson --
The Fatherland / Jeannette Ferrary --
M. F. K. Fisher / Ruth Reichl.
|Series Title:||Literary conversations series.|
|Responsibility:||edited by David Lazar.|
In her conversations Fisher often returns to the complexities of her own life - the people and places she has loved: Dijon in the l930s, with its irrepressible and colorful chefs and landladies; her classically late-Victorian mother who lived much of her mature life as an invalid; Rex, Fisher's father, whose newspaper ethics and integrity influenced her work; her three husbands, with special attention to the painter Dillwyn Parrish, her great love, whose illness and suicide shortly before the suicide of Fisher's younger brother so shaped her complex view of detachment. Other recurring subjects in these interviews include the nature of aging, the differences between men and women, and Fisher's relationship with her work, which she describes with precision and a selective memory. These pieces give us a view of M.F.K. Fisher in motion - speaking and changing her mind at will and unable to tolerate simplistic strategies of thinking and living.
- Fisher, M. F. K. -- (Mary Frances Kennedy), -- 1908-1992 -- Interviews.
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Interviews.
- Food writers -- United States -- Interviews.
- Gastronomy -- Authorship.
- Fisher, M. F. K. -- (Mary Frances Kennedy), -- 1908-
- Fisher, Mary Frances Kennedy