Consider the Feast: A Novel
by Carmit Delman
















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Carmit Delman earned her BA in English Literature from Brandeis University and her MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College. She has been a professor of Creative Writing and a student of food studies, and she is endlessly fascinated by the intersection of culture, gender, and food.

Carmit is also the author of Burnt Bread and Chutney: Growing Up Between Cultures, A Memoir of an Indian Jewish Girl (Ballantine). Her fiction and nonfiction have been published, anthologized, and debated in classrooms and book clubs.

Carmit lives (and eats) with her husband and three children on the outskirts of New York City.






Consider the Feast: A Novel by Carmit Delman
Consider the Feast: A Novel
New York City is obsessed with food. Especially in the streets of The Quarter, every imaginable delicacy is made and devoured, every unspeakable hunger is fulfilled. But eventually Talia finds herself face to face with the darkness under its surface—in both the privileged patrons who feast there, and the third-world laborers who feed them.
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