Dubious Honors. By MFK Fisher. First Edition, First Printing. North Point Press. San Francisco, 1988.

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MFK Fisher was one of the most celebrated and prolific food writers of the twentieth century. She wrote dozens of culinary memoirs that consistently treated food as art, describing places, people, and dishes that captured something essential about their moments in time and culture. For her contributions, MFK Fisher was awarded the James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award, among many other honors. Her writing was also widely regarded as some of the best prose of her generation. W.H. Auden once ranked Fisher as the best writer in the United States. In Dubious Honors, Fisher presents a wide-ranging collection of introductions to various other works that showcase her breadth and dedication to food writing. The selections are contextualized with brief narratives and reflections wherein Fisher reveals much about her literary career. It is a spectacular overview of her contributions to food writing. It also showcases some of her best prose.

This first edition, first printing is in fine condition. In the original cloth, very nearly fine with only minor fading. Text block fine. In the original dust jacket, fine.

A fine first edition of MFK Fisher’s Dubious Honors.

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Dubious Honors. By MFK Fisher. First Edition, First Printing. North Point Press. San Francisco, 1988.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in