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Food is one of women's most basic methods of communication, passing on histories, love, a sense of community

Her collection embraces cooking, eating, anguishing and rejoicing in the sustenance it gives. Food is one of women's most basic methods of communication, passing on histories, love, a sense of community. These poems speak of social responsibilities and relationships - women cooking pots of soup, then patrolling a neighborhood to keep it safe - marveling at both the joys of love and the anguish of famine and human need.

Hunger's table: Women, food & politics.

Among her best-known books are Cuban Women Now, Sandino’s Daughters, Sandino’s Daughters Revisited, and When I Look into the Mirror and see You: Women, Terror and Resistance (all oral history with essay). Recent books include Che On My Mind (essay), The Rhizome as a Field of Broken Bones (poetry), and Haydée Santamaría, Cuban Revolutionary: She Led by Transgression (essays),. Hunger's table: Women, food & politics.

Find nearly any book by Margaret Randall. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780980165005 (978-801650-0-5) Softcover, Monkey Puzzle Press, 2008.

Margaret Randall is an American-born writer, photographer, activist and academic. Born in New York City, she lived for many years in Spain, Mexico, Cuba, and Nicaragua, and spent time in North Vietnam during the last months of the . She has written extensively on her experiences abroad and back in the United States, and has taught at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and other colleges. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.

Hunger's Table : Women, Food and Politics. Hunger's Table continues a theme established by Laura Esqivel in Like Water for Chocolate : the relationship between a women and the food she prepares, serves, and eats. Unlike Esquivel, Randall conveys these parallels through a collection of poems, most of which double as recipes, some for delicious meals, others for life itself. In the thirty-five poems tucked inside the covers of Hunger's Table, Randall addresses how food is more than nourishment for the body, it is also nourishment for the mind and soul.

Margaret Randall is a feminist poet, writer, photographer and social activist

Margaret Randall is a feminist poet, writer, photographer and social activist

Writings and Books . Hunger’s Table: Women, Food & Politics. YOU CAN CROSS THE MASSACRE ON FOOT, novel by Freddy Prestol Castillo translated by Margaret Randall.

Writings and Books . Friday 29 February 2008.

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Hungers Table: Women, Food  Politics ebook
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Margaret Randall
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