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Man with the Broken Nose is a sculpture by Auguste Rodin created between 1863 and 1864 and approved by the Salon in 1875. It is considered the first by Rodin in which life is represented over the grace pervading the academic circles and aesthetic of the time. Rodin made a first model of this piece on plaster in 1864, but lost the back of the bust. Later, in 1880, a second model, this time in bronze, was cast and is the surviving cast of the piece. A marble copy was made by Léon Fourquet.
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The line, "Take these broken wings and learn to fly" appears in The Beatles song "Blackbird. Paul McCartney and John Lennon both drew from the work of Kahlil Gibran, as the first two lines of The Beatles "Julia" came from Gibran's 1926 poem Sand And Foam: "Half of what I say is meaningless, but I say it just to reach you, Julia. John Lang wrote this song with Mr. Mister frontman Richard Page and guitarist Steve George. Clay Aiken covered this on his 2006 album A Thousand Different Ways, adding an original poem spoken by Erin Taylor. Richard Page of Mr. Mister was very complimentary of Aiken's version of the song. In 2001, this song was sampled for a posthumous Tupac Shakur song "Until The End Of Time," which featured Richard Page.
A broken nose is a fracture or crack of the bony part of the nose. Broken nose symptoms include nosebleeds, swelling, inflammation, black eyes, pain and tenderness when touched. Many things can cause a broken nose, for example, sports injuries, personal fights, and falls. Treatment for a broken nose are home remedies and OTC drugs to reduce pain and inflammation. Some broken noses need surgery to correct the problem.