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Sculptor Daniel Edwards is known for provocative pieces that look at our obsession with celebrity. For example, "Monument to Pro-Life: The Birth of Sean Preston" is a life-sized nude statue of Britney Spears, giving birth on all fours on a bear-skin rug. He also sculpted Suri Cruise's bronzed baby poop, a nude of Paris Hilton on an autopsy table and a sculpture of Prince Harry after he had apparently been killed serving in Iraq.
What French leader has all these named for him: a grade of cognac, a British card game, a pig in "Animal Farm" and a French mille-feuille dessert?
A) De Gaulle
B) Louis XVI
Previous answer: Swedish fish are candies.
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