“His Statue” / Memorable Fancies #2479

[“For the first time, it occurred to someone to carve a man from a block of stone.” – Sartre]

The first statue of a man reflected his stony silence, his cold hardness, his inability to listen, his solidity and stolidity, the weight of his curse.

This statue was, of course, carved by a woman. But it was attributed to a man.

Who would buy a carving done by a woman?





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