October 30, 2010
“They pour themselves one over the other like so much melted butter over parsnips,” writes D.H. Lawrence about Sicilians in Sea and Sardinia. “So terribly physically all over one another.”
“And that is how they are.”
I love melted butter over parsnips. How about you?
D.H. Lawrence lived in Sicily (Taormina) from 1920 to 1022. Here is a 1922 New York Times article about his life there.