Author: Michael Pollan
Translator: Yoon-jeong Cho
Publisher: Dareun Sesang
Hard Cover | 560 pages | 223*152mm
|Important! Please read before you order!|
|>>>This book is written in Korean.|
About This Book
A national bestseller that has changed the way readers view the ecology of eating, this revolutionary book by award winner Michael Pollan asks the seemingly simple question: What should we have for dinner? Tracing from source to table each of the food chains that sustain us— whether industrial or organic, alternative or processed—he develops a portrait of the American way of eating. The result is a sweeping, surprising exploration of the hungers that have shaped our evolution, and of the profound implications our food choices have for the health of our species and the future of our planet.
A brilliant, eye-opening account of how we produce, market, and agonize over what we eat. -- The Seattle Times
An eaterís manifesto . . . [Pollanís] cause is just, his thinking is clear, and his writing is compelling. Be careful of your dinner! -- The Washington Post
If you ever thought Ďwhatís for dinnerí was a simple question, youíll change your mind after reading Pollanís searing indictment of todayís food industry—and his glimpse of some inspiring alternatives. . . . I just loved this book so much I didnít want it to end. -- The Seattle Times
Michael Pollan has perfected a tone—one of gleeful irony and barely suppressed outrage—and a way of inserting himself into a narrative so that a subject comes alive through what heís feeling and thinking. He is a master at drawing back to reveal the greater issues. -- Los Angeles Times
Thoughtful, engrossing . . . Youíre not likely to get a better explanation of exactly where your food comes from. -- The New York Times Book Review
Availability: Usually ships in 5~10 business days.