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In vain the now s o litar y drawing imitates as closely as pos sible the shape o r dinarily designated by the word p ipe; in vain the text unfurls below the drawing with all the attentive fidelity of a label in a scholarly book. No longer can anything pass between them s ave the decree of divo rce, the s tatement at once contesting the name of the drawing and the reference of the tex t . Nowhere is there a pip e . On this b asis , we c a n understand M a g ritte's second version of This Is Not a Pipe.
The image is noticeably This Is Not 52 a Pipe s maller than the woman herself, indicating a certain distance between the glass and the reflected obj ect that contests or is contested by the posture of the woman who pres ses the mirror against her body the better to hid e . The s mall gap behind the mirror is shown again by the extreme proximity of a large grey wall. On it can be clearly seen the shadows cast by the woman ' s head and thighs and by t h e mirro r . Fro m t h e s hado w one part is missing-that of the left hand that holds the mirror.
No more on the board than above it, the drawing of the pipe and the text presumed to name it find nowhere The Unraveled Calligram 31 to meet and be superimposed, a s the calligrapher s o presumptuously had attempted t o bring abou t . S o , on its beveled a n d clearly rickety mounts, the easel has but to tilt, the frame to loosen, the painting to tumble down, the wo rds to be scattered . The s " pipe" can " b reak " : The common place -banal work of art or everyday less o n-has dis a p peared.