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The Cheffe: A Cook's Novel (2016)

by Marie NDiaye

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"Continuing her tradition of writing provocative fiction about fascinating women, here Marie NDiaye gives us the story of a Great Female Chef--a chef who was celebrated as one of the best, in a world where men dominate, and the way that her pursuit of love, pleasure, and gustatory delights helped shape her life and career. Told from the perspective of her former assistant (and unrequited lover), now an aged chef himself, here is the story of a woman's quest to the front of the kitchen--and the extraordinary journey she takes along the way"--Provided by the publisher.… (more)

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After 50 pages I was already feeling that this went on and on and on without saying anything. (Read in German.) ( )
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