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.
In true Rabelaisian fashion, Mo Yan launched an attack against and parodied aspects of Chinese society (most notably, gourmandism, here including cannibalism, and an obsession with alcohol as a cultural commodity).