gourmandism


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the disposition and habits of a gourmand

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G's gourmandism (the Admiral, she noted, would "'sit over [his] dinner, as if it were the best blessing of life
Robert Steiner is a painter of surfaces: the gourmandism of the eye betrays itself in the descriptions in which there is rarely any reference to interiority, where no depth is suspected.
The novel ends on a wonderfully funny song glorifying Belgian cuisine, "la chanson du kipkap national," which, in a truly Breughelian vein, links linguistic gourmandism and the country's famed appetite.