The art director and designer Dinah Fried did a photographic interpretation of some of the most emblematic dishes of great literature. In Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist, the orphanage children ate breakfast oatmeal. Marcel Proust immortalized the muffin to soak in a cup of tea, a taste that would detonate in his memory what later became the seven volumes of In Search of Lost Time. And how to forget the Tea Party of Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland, or the bread soaked in broth by marines aboard the Pequod when the were pursuing Moby Dick. In the series Fictitious dishes, Fried reminds us of those unforgettable stories and relive time and space with images as endowed with special meanings.