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The Food Companions: Cinema and Consumption in Wartime Britain, 1939-45 (Studies in Popular Culture) Hardcover – 14 Sep 2011


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The Food Companions is an outstanding book. It provides a comprehensive and wide-ranging account of food and consumption habits in British society during a time of national crisis. Thoroughly researched, elegantly written, attractively illustrated, and frequently humorous, the book should appeal to scholars interested in cultural, film and social history. -- Robert James. Reviews in History 20120223

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Richard Farmer is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Film Studies at University College London

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