A snippet from Thomas Hardy, the poet

Sunday 4th July 1887 and country life in Sturminster, Dorset:

‘Vegetables pass from growing to boiling; fruit from the bushes to pudding without a moment’s halt, and the gooseberries that are ripening on the twigs at noon are in a tart an hour later’

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