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Movable Feasts: Changes in English Eating Habits

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A survey of the variability in meal-times in England from the late 18th century through to 1953.

The 1984 edition has an introduction by David Pocock (of Mass Observation) which covers meal-times from 1953 to the early 1980s.
Paperback, 186 pages
Published October 18th 1984 by Oxford University Press (first published 1952)
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Wayne
Feb 01, 2012 Wayne rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: the hungry and food-obsessed
Recommended to Wayne by: a sale at Nook and Cranny
What we take as natural and normal ISN'T!!!!
Our furniture, utensils, clothing, hairdos...you name it!! ...ALL have a history - a changing, evolving , colourful history. In England in 1786 people breakfasted at 11am.(Yeeks!!!),dined at 4pm, drank tea at 7pm and at 10pm had a little bit of supper.
They did not create this schedule; they had inherited it and were free to modify it. The "dining" bit, dinner, got later and later. Now some modern apartments in Sydney are built without kitchens. Not bec
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This was charming, and I enjoyed it, but I could not help thinking throughout how much easier (and more accurate) the book would have been if Palmer had had access to Google Books & ngrams. I am left wanting to read some recent scholarship on the same topics, to see how accurate he was.
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