“This obsession with what people put in their bodies shows us literature and culture doing what became, in the years between the World Wars, their job: to create a better consumer.”Read more of Jacob Leland’s “Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control: Modernists Go Off-Menu” here.

“This obsession with what people put in their bodies shows us literature and culture doing what became, in the years between the World Wars, their job: to create a better consumer.”

Read more of Jacob Leland’s “Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control: Modernists Go Off-Menu” here.

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