If you love to eat and drink, gorge yourself on Gluttony. This tantalizing collection is all you nee...
If you love to eat and drink, gorge yourself on Gluttony. This tantalizing collection is all you need to indulge to your heart's content - without gaining an ounce.Featuring short stories, essays, and excerpts, Gluttony offers such delicious tidbits as Russell Baker on fried bologna a la Nouveau Jersey, John Kennedy Toole on the carnal beauty of excess, and Fran Lebowitz on the salutary dietary effects of stress. For those who might forget about the drawbacks of gluttony, an eighteenth-century author warns against the sinfulness of intemperance, and William Trevor describes the unhappy fate of an insatiable accountant.A mouthwatering addition to the Chronicles of Sin series, Gluttony provides a smorgasbord of vicarious delights for the chronically ravenous.