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Table Talk

Adrian Gill

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The Hungry Student, Prose: non-fiction, Cookery / food & drink etc

The first collection of food writing by Britain's funniest and most feared critic.

Food writing by Britain's funniest and most feared critic.

This collection of incisive observations on food, restaurants and the culture of eating consists of pieces that belie A.A Gill's reputation as a mere style journalist and master of vitriol.

His writing is of the highest quality and will appeal to anyone who is interested in eating and great comic writing.

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Praise for Table Talk

  • Certainly a book that whets the appetite and an ideal Christmas present for the foodie in your life. - DUBLIN EVENING HERALD - Tom Galvin

  • Infuriating and funny in equal measure, but always delectably readable. - BIG ISSUE (Scotland)

  • At his best, Gill shows how real insight into a culture can be gleaned from the manner in which its food is produced, distributed, prepared and consumed. - NEW STATESMAN - Matthew Taunton

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Adrian Gill

A. A. Gill (1954-2016) was born in Edinburgh. He was the TV and restaurant critic and regular features-writer for the Sunday Times, a columnist for Esquire and contributor to Australian Gourmet Traveller. He was the author of A. A. Gill is Away, The Angry Island, Previous Convictions, Table Talk, Paper View, A. A. Gill is Further Away and The Golden Door, as well as two novels and the memoir Pour Me, which was shortlisted for the 2016 PEN Ackerley Prize. Lines in the Sand, a collection of his journalism in recent years, will be published in 2017.