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Unformatted text preview: Thomas Tryon (146-7) English write of self improvement literature, worried about threat of excessive sweetness in food/drink Clarissa [novel] (151) ritual of tea with the whole family, Clarissa not allowed to serve tea b.c she is in trouble Kaffir (183) black people, hemp is sold to Indians and white traders by Kaffirs Enlightenment (121) reason was the primary source of authority, growing consumption of commodities and new lifestyle where tea, coffee, chocolate, and tobacco played a critical cultural role Europeanization (124) tobacco and chocolate were rapidly Europeanized through colonization and settlement soft drugs (122) coffee, tea, chocolate, tobacco bourgeois culture (144) respectable to take coffee or tea in a coffeehouse, key to respectability is behaviour coffeehouse (145) venues for political discussion, mixed social clientele, nature of the beverage parlour (151) where tea is taken at home with the family imperialism (178) the creation of an unequal economic, cultural and territorial relationship between...
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- Spring '11