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TURKEY TALK, OR, FAMOUS FAMILY DINNERS IN FICTION

November - Let's face it, whether it is a traditional dinner, casual gathering or a few friends sharing a meal at a resturant, Thanksgiving Dinner is in the end all about food and families (the good and the bad and the ugly). So with the help of Google, I've searched out all the books with memorable dinners.

The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen

California Girl by T. Jefferson Parker

The Black Madonna by Louisa Ermelino

The Grenadillo Box by Janet Gleeson

The Absence of Nectar by Kathy Hepintall

The Little Friend by Donna Tartt

Silent Extras by Arnon Grunberg

Simple Recipes by Madeleine Thien

A Winter Marriage by Kerry Hardie

The Resurrectionists by Michael Collins

 


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