Displeasures of the Table

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  • Title: Displeasures of the Table
  • Author: Martha Ronk
  • ISBN: 9781892295446
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback

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Displeasures of the Table

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  1. Sorry to be stingy with stars today I did like it, but I agree with the other reviewer who said she was irritated with Ronk s broad declaration that food is boring and people who like food are strange and irritating I love food so much I proposed, designed, and teach a Food Writing class at ASU And while I don t believe the soul purpose of food writing is exaltation, I would argue that here we would benefit from balance.My other complaint is that sections read as I writing Like here As a colleg [...]


  2. Though this was at times a beautifully written collection of poetic reflections that had its moments, Ronk s tone really left me wanting Yes, I know the title of the book is Displeasures of the Table, so I should have expected her sour distate with food, but I found myself turned off with the author herself and frequently irritated with her broad declaration that food is boring and people who like food are strange and irritating I find her strange and irritating It seems she d be an unpleasant p [...]


  3. Lemons 1I would like to make poems out of real objects The lemon to be a lemon the reader could cut or squeeze or taste Things do not connect they correspond That is what makes it possible for a poet to translate real objects, to bring them across language as easily as he can bring them across time Jack SpicerThere s no such thing as a real lemon If you punch holes in several with an ice pick you can stick them in the cavity of a chicken and tie its legs together and flavor the whole which also [...]