In Search of Blue

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There is a boy who watches the sky. He is nineteen, arrogant, French. He turns to his friend and offers him the earth and its riches. To his other friend, he gives the air. Himself? He takes the heavens. “The blue sky,” he declares, “is my first artwork.”

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