Harvest (statue) – A statue located in Greenpeace Park; at the end of the vegetable patch, behind the odd little vertical triangles where vines grew, behind the screen to keep dogs and street people out, was a statue of a man and a woman. Each wore a hat. He carried some sort of hoe or rake, and she a basket loaded with what was meant to be the fruits of their labor. A harvest.

Harvest was the name of the statue, but everyone called it Ma and Pa Farmer. Or just Ma and Pa. Annalisa lay at their feet, like an offering to the gods …[1]

  1. Visions in Death (ISBN 0-425-20300-X), pp. 228, 229