Jan Henkel Henkel من عند Kotmala, نيبال
الصيادين مصاص دماء الكلاسيكية في العصر الحديث.
A weird mixture of a book - the subtitle explains: an Examination of Marijuana in Society, History and Literature - contains studies of marijuana and its effects, historical papers on its use from ancient times to now (now being 1968), reports from the likes of Baudelaire (on the Club de Hachichins), De Quincy, excerpts from Ludlow's mid 1800s treatise The Hasheesh Eater and then 1960s writers like Timothy Leary, Ginsburg and Bowles. Burroughs has a chapter entitled: 'Points of distinction between sedative and consciousness-expanding drugs'. It also includes fiction like Terry Southern's Red Dirt Marijuana. As you can guess it's definitely pro-marijuana.