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December 18, 2010


Ray Girvan

Interesting. I hadn't seen that one before; others, particularly this one ( http://www.puzzles.ca/optical_illusions/napoleon.html ) and this one ( http://www.postcardman.net/91723.jpg ) are better known.

John F. Ptak

Thanks Ray--evidently there was a lot of proto-psycho-shrinko stuff going on with artists and the mind of Napoleon pre-Freud, though I've never seen the N's head swimming with cigars post-Freudo. Thanks for sharing the links.

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