And for your surprise, he is not shut in a birdcage .
There is a birdcage , which Shackelton owned and several photographs of the great man, together with letters and other documents penned or signed by him.
He carried the birdcage to a different place daily.
Instead of a bell hanging round its neck, it has what looks like a small birdcage , but there is no bird!
On the floor he laid a bed of newspaper to represent both the floor of a birdcage and the influence of media on cultural and personal identity.
The glint on the wire frames of his spectacles echoes the glint on the birdcage wire.
There was a stunning gold birdcage filled with exotic birds.
On the sunny side of the street, many of the houses sported a birdcage hanging from a nail, high on the wall beside the hall door.
A woman who thinks she is a bird is brought into the emergency room in a huge birdcage .
Standing in the kitchen looking at the birdcage on top of the bath is my earliest childhood memory.