Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 326
Edition language: Swedish
, Food And Drink
I can't count the post-its I put in this book. And the quotes I underlined. And the !! I put everywhere. This book depicts the reality of factory farms and the meat we find in our supermarkets (at least in the USA, I know that it is not the same in Europe because industries are a bit smaller, but st...
Co za książka? Dla mnie 10/10. Być może znajdują się w niej jakieś przekłamania w tłumaczeniu? Być może jest też znajdują się w niej pewne niedociągnięcia merytoryczne? Być może to i prawda? Jednakże nie zajmuje się analizą porównawcza oryginału i tłumaczenia, nie jestem też na tyle wytrawnym znawca...
Most of you probably know Jonathan Safran Foer as the author behind Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. He’s also husband to fellow writer Nicole Krauss, who herself is author of The History of Love and Man Walks Into a Room, also a great piece of thought-provoking and...
Jonathan Safran Foer spent much of his teenage and college years oscillating between carnivore and vegetarian. As he became a husband and a father, he kept returning to two questions: Why do we eat animals? And would we eat them if we knew how they got on our dinner plates?Brilliantly synthesizing p...
I'm not a big fan of Jonathan Safran Foer's fiction but - following a recommendation - I have had “Eating Animals” on my kindle for quite some time. It took a while to overcome the trepidation of trusting JSF to write about a topic that relates to a personal bias of mine. Straight out - I wholeheart...
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