Canon of Taste

One summer afternoon in the city of Sumter in South Carolina, three men — a farmer, a scholar, and a landscape architect — stood in a field boiling watermelon juice. They had pressed the juice themselves from Bradford watermelons, a favoured fruit of the antebellum South.

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