Large format for easy reading. Woodhull was an American feminist, reformer, stockbroker, sex symbol, spiritualist and advocate of free love. She was the first woman to run for president. In The Garden of Eden; or The Paradise Lost and Found, Woodhull gives a rationalist critique of the Bible and the story of creation. The work began as a lecture which she gave numerous times on the subject of the Garden of Eden, which she felt was an intricate symbol of the human body, rather than an actual historical location.