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The Man Who Ate Spain

The Man Who Ate Spain shapes, but his would be a test that could be eaten instead. He reckoned that creative types always went for the ``cheese `n' onion'' whereas people with a more mathematical mind liked ``salt and vinegar'' better. He himself had spent years as a ``salt and vinegar'' man when suddenly, out of the blue, he changed to ``cheese `n' onion,'' putting paid to his psychoanalytical theories. This change also led him to question his sexual orientation and his intellectual abilities, so he raced to his analyst in a startled mood. The analyst had, of course, been a useless waste of time, and eventually Johann Sebastian had to move on with his life and file away the whole dilemma in some cupboard of his brain. After the eighties came his flurry of crazed debauchery, with Johann Sebastian sampling every new version on the market. Sometimes he even deliberately chose opposing flavours and ate them both at the same time just for the sheer hell of it. At this stage he was in his early twenties and had moved to the city of London, where the melting pot of cultures and cuisine could oer him a more compelling choice of flavours, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

The Man Who Ate Spain

Prairie Schooner , Volume 87 (2) – Jul 21, 2013

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shapes, but his would be a test that could be eaten instead. He reckoned that creative types always went for the ``cheese `n' onion'' whereas people with a more mathematical mind liked ``salt and vinegar'' better. He himself had spent years as a ``salt and vinegar'' man when suddenly, out of the blue, he changed to ``cheese `n' onion,'' putting paid to his psychoanalytical theories. This change also led him to question his sexual orientation and his intellectual abilities, so he raced to his analyst in a startled mood. The analyst had, of course, been a useless waste of time, and eventually Johann Sebastian had to move on with his life and file away the whole dilemma in some cupboard of his brain. After the eighties came his flurry of crazed debauchery, with Johann Sebastian sampling every new version on the market. Sometimes he even deliberately chose opposing flavours and ate them both at the same time just for the sheer hell of it. At this stage he was in his early twenties and had moved to the city of London, where the melting pot of cultures and cuisine could oer him a more compelling choice of flavours,

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Prairie SchoonerUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Jul 21, 2013

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