"a.p. 6/7" lower left margin, pencil, unknown hand.
There is 1 known variant impression of the only state, outside the edition.
"The skeins of wool are a friendly refuge, like a web or a cocoon. The caterpillar gets the silk from his mouth, builds his cocoon and when it is completed he dies. The cocoon has exhausted the animal. I am the cocoon. I have no ego. I am my work." (Quote cited in Meyer-Thoss, Christiane. "Louise Bourgeois: Designing for Freel Fall." Zurich: Ammann Verlag, 1992, p. 197.)
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