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Food in College Girl Fiction: A Chapter from _Entertaining with Classic Children's Lit_
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Food is an essential element of many favorite children’s books.Using meals and snacks describes in a variety of classic girls’ books, Dawn Sardella-Ayres has put together recipes and party ideas for a potential entertainment guide, as well as unearthing revealing details about food and meal culture in a variety of children’s fictional contexts. In the “college novel,” a mainstay from the early 20th century, meals and restaurants provide explorations of women’s developing identities and gender roles, as well as some tasty foodstuffs!
This talk is part of the FERSA Lunchtime Sessions series.
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