An Examination of Food PhobiasBook - 2017
"Britney Spears loathes meatloaf and "all lumpy stuff." Arturo Toscanini hated fish. Ayn Rand despised salads. Alexander Theroux's Einstein's Beets is a study of the world of food and food aversions. The novelist and poet probes the secret and mysterious attitudes of hundreds of people--mostly famous and well-known--toward eating and dining out, hilariously recounting tales of confrontation and scandalous alienation: it contains gossip, confession, embarrassment, and perceptive observations."--provided by Amazon.com.
Publisher: Seattle, Washington : Fantagraphics Books, 
Branch Call Number: 641.3 THERO
Characteristics: 792 pages ; 24 cm
Notes: Includes index