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A faut esperer q'eu se jeu la finira bentot

A faut esperer q'eu se jeu la finira bentot

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Print shows the nobility and the clergy, representing the estates general, riding on the back of a man representing the working class, or third estate; the man is bent under their weight and supports himself by leaning on an adz-like tool, while around his feet birds and rabbits feast on the produce of his labor.





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