2008

The Cooked Kitchen

A Poetical Analysis

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ISBN: 978-3-211-77641-4 (Print) 978-3-211-77642-1 (Online)

Table of contents (41 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-8

  2. Images, Rituals, Myths

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      Pages 9-9

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      The Wiener Schnitzel in the Rorschach Test

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      Pages 14-17

      Dough as Primal Form

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      The Bough as the First Fork

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      Pages 20-22

      The Devil’s Fork

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      Pages 23-25

      The Hand as a Tool

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      Pages 26-28

      Skeleton of a Dish for the Eyes Only

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      Pages 29-31

      Ritual Dress

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      Pages 32-34

      The Fish Club as a Can Opener

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      Pages 35-38

      The Cooking Spoon as a Scepter

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      Pages 39-41

      The Stewpot as the Picture’s Substrate

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      Pages 42-45

      Krippendorff’s Cup

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      Pages 46-48

      Barthes’ Chopsticks

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      Pages 49-51

      Murals of the Rich and Poor

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      Pages 52-54

      Cleaning Rituals

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      Pages 55-56

      Dreyfuss’ Cake Server

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      Pages 57-60

      Kitchen Decor

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      Pages 61-65

      Workshop Kitchen

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      Pages 66-68

      Rabbit or Duck (based on Wittgenstein)

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      Pages 69-71

      Kandinsky’s Cooking Spoon

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      Pages 72-75

      The Sink as a Cultural Code

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