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Read online Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme Rempah rempah punya sejarah panjang dan fantastis Jack Turner mencoba menuliskan rekam jejaknya dan melalui gaya narasi sastera yang jenaka ia berhasil menyajikan suatu kisah yang luas dan sangat informatif Turner mengangkat rentetan kesalahpahaman ihwal rempah rempah yang terjadi di masa lalu dan menceritakan berbagai peristiwa secara detail serta kronologis yang terkait dengan pencarian dan penggunaannya .

Rempah rempah memberi pengaruh terhadap tokoh tokoh penting sehingga dalam sejarah mereka akhirnya dikenal sebagai pengubah sejarah dunia mulai Yesus Kristus Ibnu Sina sampai gadis gadis Spice Girls Dari Firaun Ramses hingga Marco Polo Christopher Columbus dan Vasco da Gama Ketika kawasan dunia terancam penyakit seperti epidemi pes di Eropa pada abad ke rempah rempah oleh dunia pengobatan dianggap mujarab sebagai penangkalnya Terlebih menarik lagi adalah ketika Turner juga memaparkan kaitan rempah rempah dan sejarah erotisme Terkuaklah bagaimana kisah penggunaan rempah rempah dalam praktek sexual magic yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan gairah keperkasaan menggaet perempuan dll Praktek yang dimulai di Jazirah Arabia di antara para syeikh kemudian dicontoh secara besar besaran di Benua Eropa .

Mungkin terasa berlebihan jika membaca pada masa lalu rempah rempah disebut sebagai buah dari surga atau punya kekuatan sihir tetapi cobalah percaya betapa nyata bagaimana rempah rempah yang itu mengubah peta sejarah dunia by Jack Turner, Julia Absari

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Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
Title:Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
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ISBN:9793731370
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Number of Pages:380
Category:History, Food, Non fiction, Food history, Microhistory, Food and drink
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A brilliant original history of the spice trade and the appetites that fueled it br br It was in search of the fabled Spice Islands and their cloves that Magellan charted the first circumnavigation of the globe Vasco da Gama sailed the dangerous waters around Africa to India on a quest for Christians and spices Columbus sought gold and pepper but found the New World By the time these fifteenth and sixteenth century explorers set sail the aromas of these savory seductive seeds and powders had tempted the palates and imaginations of Europe for centuries br br Spice The History of a Temptation is a history of the spice trade told not in the conventional narrative of politics and economics nor of conquest and colonization but through the intimate human impulses that inspired and drove it Here is an exploration of the centuries old desire for spice in food in medicine in magic in religion and in sex and of the allure of forbidden fruit lingering in the scents of cinnamon pepper ginger nutmeg mace and clove br We follow spices back through time through history myth archaeology and literature We see spices in all their diversity lauded as love potions and aphrodisiacs as panaceas and defenses against the plague We journey from religious rituals in which spices were employed to dispel demons and summon gods to prodigies of gluttony both fantastical and real We see spices as a luxury for a medieval king s ostentation as a mummy s deodorant as the last word in haute cuisine br br Through examining the temptations of spice we follow in the trails of the spice seekers leading from the deserts of ancient Syria to thrill seekers on the Internet We discover howspice became one of the first and most enduring links between Asia and Europe We see in the pepper we use so casually the relic of a tradition linking us to the appetites of Rome Elizabethan England and the pharaohs And we capture the pleasure of spice not only at the table but in every part of life br br Spice is a delight to be savored, The writings of Henry David Thoreau have captivated scholars activists and ecologists for more than a century Less attention has been paid however to the author s political philosophy and its influence on American public life Although Thoreau s doctrine of civil disobedience has long since become a touchstone of world history the greater part of his political legacy has been overlooked With a resurgence of interest in recent years i A Political Companion to Henry David Thoreau i is the first volume focused exclusively on Thoreau s ethical and political thought br br Jack Turner illuminates the unexamined aspects of Thoreau s political life and writings Combining both new and classic essays this book offers a fresh and comprehensive understanding of Thoreau s politics and includes discussions of subjects ranging from his democratic individualism to the political relevance of his intellectual eccentricity The collection consists of works by sixteen prominent political theorists and includes an extended bibliography on Thoreau s politics i A Political Companion to Henry David Thoreau i is a landmark reference for anyone seeking a better understanding of Thoreau s complex political philosophy, Born in Jack lived in a different time but the way he sees it they were better days He loved his childhood growing up with his many siblings on a farm called Misery and retells it with delight br br i A Long Way from Misery i takes you on a rollicking journey through the Australia of yesteryear with Jack Turner the larrikin shearer as he rescues his brother from being drowned by a kangaroo rides a wild steer through the house and leaps off a moving train But these misadventures are nothing compared to his mother wielding a carving knife, Jack Turner grew up with an image of the Tetons engraved in his mind As a young man he climbed the peaks of this singular range with basic climbing gear friends Later in life he led treks in India Pakistan Nepal China Tibet and Peru but he always returned to the mountains of his youth He continues to climb the Tetons as a guide for Exum Mountain Guides the oldest and most prestigious guide service in America Teewinot is his ode to forty years in the mountains that he loves br br Like Thoreau and Muir Turner has contemplated the essential nature of a landscape Teewinot is a book about a mountain range its austere temper its seasons its flora and fauna a few of its climbs its weather and the glory of the wildness It is also about a small group of guides and rangers nomads who inhabit the range each summer and know the mountains as intimately as they will ever be known It is also a remarkable account of what it is like to live and work in a national park Teewinot has something for everyone spellbinding accounts of classic climbs awe at the beauty of nature and passion for some of the environmental issues facing America today In this series of recollections one of America s most beautiful national parks comes alive with beauty mystery and power br br The beauty mystery and power of the Grand Tetons come alive in Jack Turner s memoir of a year on America s most beautiful mountain range br