FIGURE 5.4. Frontispieces of the first (1638) and fourth (1684) editions of a book by John Wilkins, the late Lord Bishop of Chester, in which he surmised that the smell of food might provide sufficient nourishment to ensure a healthy, comfortable sojourn and nutritionally adequate lifestyle on the moon.

FIGURE 5.4

Frontispieces of the first (1638) and fourth (1684) editions of a book by John Wilkins, the late Lord Bishop of Chester, in which he surmised that the smell of food might provide sufficient nourishment to ensure a healthy, comfortable sojourn and nutritionally adequate lifestyle on the moon. (From Wilkins, J. 1684. A Discovery of a New World, or, A Discourse Tending to prove, that ‘tis Probable there may be another Habitable World in the Moon. 4th ed. corrected and amended, p. 172. London: T.M & J. A. for John Gillibrand at the Golden-Ball in St. Pauls Church-Yard.)

From: Chapter 5, Smell

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