BOOKS

Hector BOLITHO: The Glorious Oyster. London, Alfred A. Knopf (1929)

Paul BROCCHI: Traité d’ostréiculture. Paris, Librairie agricole de la maison rustique (1883)

William K BROOKS: The Oyster. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press (1891/1996)

Davide CARAZZI: Ostricultura e mitilicultura. Milano, Ulrico Hoepli (1893)

Nicolas de La CASINIÈRE: L’Huître. Genève, Aubanel (2005)

J J M C Victor COSTE: Instructions pratiques sur la pisciculture. Paris, Librairie de Victor Masson (1853)

J J M C Victor COSTE: Voyage d’exploration sur le littoral de la France et de l’Italie. La Tremblade, le Musée Maritime (1855/1861/1993)

Eleanor CLARK: The Oysters of Locmariaquer. Chicago, University of Chicago Press (1959)

Pierre DALIDO: L’huître du Morbihan. Paris, Librairie Marcel Rivière (1948)

Birgit DAMER: Austern – Perlen des Meeres. Weil der Stadt, Hädecke Verlag (2008)

David ERDAL: Local Heroes. London, Viking (2008)

Mary J K FISHER: Consider the Oyster. New York, North Point Press (1941)

Roger GACHET: Tout savoir sur les huîtres. Nice, France Europe Éditions (2007)

David GORDON, Nancy BLANTON and Terry NOSHO: Heaven on the Half Shell. Seattle/Portland, Washington Sea Grant Program/WestWinds Press (2001)

Elizabeth GOSLING: Bivalve Molluscs. Oxford, Fishing News Books/Blackwell (2003).

Michel GRELON: Saintonge – pays des huîtres vertes. La Rochelle, Éditions Rupella (1978)

Jacques et Ronan GUILLET: L’ostréiculture en Bretagne de 1850 à nos jours. Spézet/Speied, Coop Breizh (2008)

Bertrand HALLIER et Franck VILBOUX:  Les huîtres, un océan de saveurs. Strasbourg, Gyss & Clément (2006)

Robert HEDEEN: The Oyster. Centreville, Tidewater Publishers (1986)

Rowan JACOBSEN: A Geography of Oysters. New York, Bloomsbury (2007)

Christine KEINER: The Oyster Question. Athens, University of Georgia Press (2010)

Rudolf KILIAS: Austern. Hohenwarsleben, Westarp Wissenschaften (2000)

Guy KUNZ-JACQUES: Au rythme des marées. Saint-Jean-d’Angély, Éditions Jean-Michel Bordessoules (1997)

Mark KURLANSKY: The Big Oyster. New York, Ballantine Books (2006)

Claude LABRID:  L’ostréiculture et le bassin d’Arcachon. Bordeaux, Feret et fils (1969)

Pascale LEGUÉ DUPONT: La moisson des marins-paysans. Paris, Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme (2004)

Olivier LEVASSEUR: Histoire de l’huître en Bretagne. Montroulez/Morlaix, Skol Vreizh (2006)

Lori McKEAN and Bill WHITBECK: The Joy of Oysters. Seattle, Speed Graphics (2000)

Patrick McMURRAY: Consider the Oyster. New York, Thomas Dunne Books (2007)

Robert NEILD: The English, the French and the Oyster. London, Quiller Press (1995)

John R PHILPOTS: Oysters, and all about them (volumes 1&2). London, John Richardson (1890-1891)

Colin PRESSDEE: London Oyster Guide. London, Shellfish Association of Great Britain/Graffeg (2011)

Gilbert RANSON: Les huîtres. Paris, Paul Lechevalier (1951)

Georges ROCHÉ: La culture des mers. Paris, Félix Alcan (1898)

Drew SMITH: Oyster – a World History. London, History Press, (2010)

Rebecca STOTT: Oyster. London, Reaktion Books (2004)

Peter WALNE: Culture of Bivalve Molluscs. West Byfleet, Fishing News (1974)

Robb WALSH: Sex, Death and Oysters. Berkeley, Counterpoint (2009)

John WENNERSTEN: The Oyster Wars of Chesapeake Bay. Centreville, Tidewater Publishers (1981)

Noël P WILKINS: Ponds, Passes and Parcs. Dublin, Glendale (1989)

Noël P WILKINS: Squires, Spalpeens and Spats. Galway, privately published (2001)

Noël P WILKINS: Alive Alive-O. Newtownlynch, Tir Eolas (2004)

C Maurice YONGE: Oysters. London, Collins/The New Naturalist (1960)

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2 thoughts on “BOOKS”

  1. Thank you for a great blogg about oysters! patrik.cornelius@wasahof.se

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