Iconic literary food moments
Poets have immortalised food, particularly fruit, over the centuries, tantalising the senses at every turn. One thinks of Pablo
, or Thomas Campion's Cherry Ripe
. For Holly Ringland's edition, we have chosen D.H. Lawrence's Figs
, given it is a warmer climate tree, and because it reminds us that, at the heart of all existence, lies desire and passion.