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extreme obesity in literature6 years

Extreme obesity in literature and folk-tales.


E.g., see http://fantasyfeeder.com/cms/infusions/forum/view-thread.php?forum_id=9&thread_id=20710#post_184106

extreme obesity in literature6 years

Not exactly extreme obesity but there is a book that I read as a child called Say Cheese and Die 2, its part of the goosebumps series and involves the kid having this magic camera and it makes him reallyyy fat.
I remember it because I read it about 15 times and ended up just stealing it from the library because I loved it so much hahaa

extreme obesity in literature6 years

"The Cook" by Harry Kressing. Anyone else ever read it? Erotic suspense feeder fantasy about a cook at a palace who fattens a princess so he can marry her. Almost impossible to find now, though.

extreme obesity in literature6 years

fancyfacebbw wrote:
This isn't literature, but "What's Eating Gilbert Grape". Anyone remember Leonardo DiCaprio's mom?


Actually, it is. "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" was written by Peter Hedges around 1990-91. I read it when it came out, and lingered long and hard over the parts about "Momma".

I remember thinking what a great movie it would make but also thinking that no one would possibly make it. The movie gets a little lost trying to bring a long, involved story to the screen, but it wasn't bad. The book was amazing!

extreme obesity in literature6 years

The Magician is a novel by British author W. Somerset Maugham, originally published in 1908.

One of the main characters of the novel is a very fat bhm ^)^ sort of evil one (well I personally don't find him evil) and he's very cool!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magician_%28Maugham_novel%29

extreme obesity in literature6 years

there is a young girl who falls in love (well sort of bewitched, but I think she's a secret ffa, and she doesn't know it) by that fat magician:

http://www.online-literature.com/maugham/the-magician/

link to the text

extreme obesity in literature6 years

Does anyone know of an online version of "The Cook" by Harry Kressing?

extreme obesity in literature6 years

I guess this is more vore than feeding... but as a child I had this old book version of I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. It showed her belly getting bigger and bigger.


http://fishinkblog.wordpress.com/2012/05/28/abner-graboff-quirky-childrens-illustrator/

extreme obesity in literature6 years

He is one of the minor characters in the book,but don't forget The Fat Boy in Charles Dickens' 'Picwick Papers'.
And,obviously,Augustus Gloop in Roald Dahl's 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'

extreme obesity in literature6 years

In science fiction, there's Charles Sheffield's character "the Bat" in _Dark As Day_a nd a few others.

There's also Bujold's Vorkosigan books, with Miles' twin who is most definitely a feedee...makes me wonder about Bujold's proclivities.

Last, in _A Fistfull of Sky_ , Nina Kirikki Hoffman has a main character that briefly curses herself into super-obesity...and likes it.
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