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Illustration 2

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20th century

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Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Richard B. Bailey and Nanette C. Sexton in memory of Professor Frederick B. Deknatel, M21871

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© Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Illustration 2

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Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

Date

20th century

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Page 91
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Food 65
Meal 65
Advertisement 61.7
Paper 58.8
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Girl 58.4
Poster 57.8
White Board 57.2

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They
the
The
certain
bird
other
THE
fishes
when
Near
Nile
being
For
Egypt
said
PELLICANUS
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and
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title
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them
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grown
Latin
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to
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thereof:
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our
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a
One of them dwells in the flood, The fishes are his food:
own.
Or
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was
strong,
Or long-beak is our own.
Which is longum rostrum, said In the Latin tongue instead,
Onocrotalos,
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young,
long-beak
Serpents,
crocodiles,
OF this bird it is known
creatures,
beasts
crane;
food:
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nature.
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mind.
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are
two
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dwells
food;
lives
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evil
nature.
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was
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tear
eye.
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fell.
returns,
me,
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so
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drop
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virtue
once
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THE PELICAN PELLICANUS is the word For a certain breed of bird Who truly is a crane; Egypt is his domain. There are two kinds thereof; Near to the Nile they live: One of them dwells in the flood, The fishes are his food; The other lives in the isles On lizards, crocodiles, Serpents, and stinking creatures, And beasts of evil nature. In Greek his title was Onocrotalos, Which is longum rostrum, said In the Latin tongue instead, Or long-beak in our own. Of this bird it is known That when he comes to his young. They being grown and strong. And does them kindly things, And covers them with his wings, The little birds begin Fiercely to peck at him; They tear at him and try To blind their father's eye. He falls upon them then And slays them with great pain, Then goes away for a spell, Leaving them where they fell. On the third day he returns, And thereupon he mourns, Bring the tender tale true of the Pelican; Bathe me, Jesu Lord, in what thy bosom ran- Feeling so strong a woe To see the small birds so Then he strikes his breast with his beak Until the blood shall leak Blood that but one drop of has the world to win And when the coursing blood Spatters his lifeless brood, Such virtue does it have That once again they live. All the world forgiveness of its world of sin. G. M. Hopkins, S. Thomae Aquinatis KNOW that this pelican Signifies Mary's Son; The little birds are men Restored to life again From death, by that dear blood Shed for us by our God. learn one meaning more, Revealed by holy lore: Know why the small birds try To peck their father's eye, Of sea foule above all not common in Englande, I noted the Pellicane, which is faigned to be the lovingeste birds that is: which rather then her yong shoulde want, will spare her beart bloud out of her bellie, but for all this lovingness she is very deformed to beholde, for shee is of colour russet, notwithstanding in Guinea I have seene of them as white as a swanne, having legges like the same, and a body like the Herne, with a long necke, and a thicke long benke, from the nether inawe whereof downe to the breast passeth a skinne of such a bignesse, asisable to reccive a fishe as bigge as ones thigh, and this her bigge throat and long bill doeth make her seem so ougly. Who turns on them in wrath And puts them all to death. Men who deny the light Would blind God's blazing sight, But on such people all His punishment will fall. This is the meaning I find; Now bear it well in mind. Sir John Hawkins, Secoud Guinca Voyege Philippe de Thaun, Bestiary 3
THE
truly
domain.
One
flood,
other
stinking
beasts
title
Or
known
That
being
strong.
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little
blind
then
where
mourns,
Bring
tale
what
woe
strikes
beak
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leak
when
live.
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pelican
Son;
Shed
learn
more,
be
is:
rather
out
beholde,
notwithstanding
swanne,
Herne,
whereof
passeth
bignesse,
bigge
turns
wrath
puts
Men
punishment
Now
bear
Hawkins,
Philippe
Thaun,
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kinds
Nile
fishes
On
crocodiles,
Serpents,
creatures,
longum
Latin
own.
comes
begin
Fiercely
Leaving
tender
true
thy
strong
coursing
Spatters
brood,
sin.
Thomae
KNOW
Signifies
Mary's
Restored
life
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us
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spare
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God's
Secoud
Guinca
Bestiary
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