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Eating Spain: National Cuisine Since 1900

  title={Eating Spain: National Cuisine Since 1900},
  author={Matthew J. Wild},
OF DISSERTATION Eating Spain: National Cuisine Since 1900 Analyzing cookbooks, gastronomic guides, literature and film, this dissertation outlines the creation of a Spanish national cuisine. Studying the works of Carmen de Burgos, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Dionisio Pérez, Ana María Herrera, Juan Mari Arzak and Ferrán Adrià among others, the project examines the evolution of this nationalist discourse by identifying common and recurring themes in an effort to extrapolate and describe the historical… Expand


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