Women'S Rhetoric And The American Cookbook, 1790-1940
de Sarah W. Walden
Sobre o livro
Demonstrates how women marginalized by gender, race, ethnicity, and class used the cookbook as a rhetorical space in which to conduct public discussions of taste and domesticity. Beginning in the early republic and tracing the cookbook through to the rising racial tensions of the early twentieth century, Sarah W. Walden examines the role of taste as an evolving rhetorical strategy.