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In "The Pleasures of Eating", Wendell Berry, a writer, poet, essayist and New Agrarian cultural critic, points out the importance of understanding the connection between food and the land, observing that "eating is an agricultural act". This statement takes us back to 1930, when a group of intellectuals from Vanderbilt University expressed their indignation against northern industrialism and their firm belief in "an honorable peace with nature" as the basis for a good and happy life in andoi:10.21747/21832242/litcomp36a4 fatcat:h3lqly3wxjbltmqlyd6k7oh3su