When paradise was on the map

‘The quest to locate paradise stands in sharp contrast with the attempt to locate hell. Everybody knew roughly where it had to be: down under the surface of the Earth, on the far side of a different unknown – which the genially eccentric Dutch geologist Salomon Kroonenberg provides a guided tour of in his newly translated Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur, a survey of both the literary and geological makeup of hell.’


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Salomon Kroonenberg
Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur