The History Of Tea And Tea Times: As Seen In Books

The History Of Tea And Tea Times As Seen In Books The History of Tea and Tea Times as Seen in Books focuses on tea and tea time in books plays and poems Whether used for flirtation or a reason to bring key characters together this delightful book e

  • Title: The History Of Tea And Tea Times: As Seen In Books
  • Author: Claire Hopley
  • ISBN: 9781844680306
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • The History of Tea and Tea Times as Seen in Books focuses on tea and tea time in books, plays and poems Whether used for flirtation or a reason to bring key characters together, this delightful book explores our relationship with tea through fiction Divided into chapters to include a brief tea history, romantic teas and tea parties from the infamous Boston Tea Party toThe History of Tea and Tea Times as Seen in Books focuses on tea and tea time in books, plays and poems Whether used for flirtation or a reason to bring key characters together, this delightful book explores our relationship with tea through fiction Divided into chapters to include a brief tea history, romantic teas and tea parties from the infamous Boston Tea Party to the bizarre Madhatter s Tea Party , Claire will take us on a walk through the long, dark tea time of literature The use of recipes based on the scenes in the featured books is a USP and one which is bound to appeal to readers.

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    1 thought on “The History Of Tea And Tea Times: As Seen In Books”

    1. I love tea. I enjoyed this book. Claire Hopley demonstrates well, that as much as tea time has often been the realm of the feminine, the thirst for tea has played a pivotal role in the development of nations and their economy. The ritual of tea shapes culture. I appreciate the way Hopley uses examples of the tea ritual from literature to highlight tea's role in fostering relationships, educating children about adult culture and it's ability to illustrate the power dynamic and class position of t [...]

    2. Claire brought together lots of neat facts about tea. History, salesmanship, tastes, types, etiquette, and my favorite, lots of quotes. I'm glad the library has it, I'll probably check it out again to breeze through.

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