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Article about Unamuno in Estampa magazine 3rd December 1932

The large illustrations show two versions of the Avechucho (one with drawn-on eyes), and versions of la Mesa (Table) the Avestruz (the Ostrich), the Foca (the Seal), the Cisne (Swan). The photo at bottom left shows versions of la Mosca (Fly), the Pajara de pico largo (Bird with long beak), the Pajara (the Bird), the Tetera (Teapot),the Esfinge (Sphinx) and the Pajara Picando (Pecking Bird).