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Monday, May 2, 2016

The Captain's Sculpture, parts 120 - 123

120. I did not agree with Agnes about the validity of copying things because some famous artist copied things, and, sensing my doubts and confusion she explained it all in a different way.

121. “Just imagine,” she said, “that you set out to forge a drawing by some famous artist like Picasso for example.

122.  No matter how hard you tried, and how careful you were when you made your forgery, if we were to give your copy to a handwriting specialist they would see at once that it was a fraud.

123. It would be a fraud because no matter how hard a person might try, they cannot manage to ever eliminate the stamp of their own unique personality for every thing they do.

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