The Washington, D.C. Underground Gourmet

The Washington D C Underground Gourmet None

  • Title: The Washington, D.C. Underground Gourmet
  • Author: Judith Viorst Milton Viorst
  • ISBN: 9780671205157
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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    • Judith Viorst Milton Viorst

      Judith Viorst is the author of several works of fiction and non fiction for children as well as adults Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, her most famous children s book, was first published in 1972 and has since sold over two million copies Ms Viorst received a B.A in History from Rutgers University, and she is also a graduate of the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute where she is a research affiliate She began her career as a poet and has since completed six collections of poems for adults Her first novel for adults, Murdering Mr Monti, was published in 1994 and her most recent work of non fiction, Imperfect Control, was published in January 1998 by Simon and Schuster Her book Necessary Losses, published in 1986, appeared for almost two years on The New York Times best seller list in hardcover and paperback Ms Viorst s children s books include The Tenth Good Thing About Barney, The Alphabet From Z to A, and the Alexander stories Alexander, Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday, Alexander, Who s Not Do You Hear Me I Mean It Going to Move and, of course, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Ms Viorst lectures widely on a variety of topics, ranging from the subjects of loss and control to children s literature She resides in Washington, DC with her husband Milton, a political writer They have three sons, Anthony, Nicholas and Alexander, and two perfect grandchildren, Miranda and Brandeis.

    120 thoughts on “The Washington, D.C. Underground Gourmet

    • The problem with some of these Underground Gourmets is the writers are occasionally a little too eager to embellish the greatness of their own hometown dining scenes slightly out of proportion. "Washington, D.C. is regarded as one of the best food cities of the world," write the Viorsts. It is? It had never occurred to me that this might be true. Maybe it was circa 1970, but this book doesn't really make the case very well.There's some interesting background on the culture of D.C.: in the author [...]


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