No.41: The Eluard Eagle.  He had secured a huge sheet of corrugated cardboard—his favourite material—upon which to paint a profile of French Surrealist poet Paul Eluard, one of the writers he most admired.  He came to see, however, that, viewed on its side, his Eluard became a rugged mountain landscape, with the poet’s glittering eye now transformed--appropriately, he thought--into a soaring, swooping eagle.

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