M. F. K. Fisher
The food memoir that inspired a new way of thinking about what we eat and how we live. Illustrated with 12 pages of black and white photos chronicling the author’s remarkable life.
Chateaubriand requested that his memoirs remain unpublished until after his death lest he be forced to be ‘less frank and truthful’. The result is a hugely entertaining autobiography, providing a vivid picture of France during the most tumultuous period of her history.
The captivating memoir of an unusual 19th century childhood from pioneering wood engraver, and Charles Darwin’s granddaughter, Gwen Raverat.