When the first edition of SOUL, BEAUTIFY THYSELF appeared, the renowned Danish Keeper of National Antiquities P. V. Glob stated in the Danish newspaper Politiken:
We call the hunters, who have lived along the southern coasts of the Arctic Sea for thousands of years, Eskimos – but the name is new. It does not appear until 1611 in a Jesuit priest’s account of the people to the north of the Indians. The name he used is ‘eskimautsik’: those who eat raw meat. To themselves they are INUIT: human beings. This outstanding book deals with those Inuit who live in the coastal areas of Alaska, Canada and Greenland.