Vegetarian Bride of Frankensteinby Alex Jack, Michio Kushi (Other)
Combining visual diagnosis, Nine Star Ki, and the I Ching, Alex Jack explores why Mary and her husband, poet Percy Shelley, adopted a vegetarian diet, and the role food plays in her famous novel and the entire Romantic movement. The author offers a complete visual diagnosis of the Monster, as well as insights into what kind of food creates such monstrous features and behavior.
In other profiles, Mr. Jack looks at Descartes, Newton, Galileo, Napoleon, and other great figures who contributed to the modern scientific outlook. Introducing principles of Far Eastern philosophy and medicine, this book answers questions that have puzzled generations of historians and critics.
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