Alfred De Musset Quotes

Alfred De Musset Quotes: Taxes are a universal burden in moral as well as in civil life. There is not a pleasure, social or otherwise, which is not assessed by fate at its full value!
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Alfred De Musset Quote: If love is a play, this play, as old as the world, fiasco or not, it is, all in all, the least bad thing that has so far been found. The roles are trite, I admit, but if the play had no value the whole universe wouldn't know it by heart
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Quotes about Alfred De Musset: The most despairing songs are the most beautiful, and I know some immortal ones that are pure tears.
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Quote about Alfred De Musset: The fumes of wine fermented in my head; it was one of those moments of intoxication when all that ones sees and hears, speaks to one of the adored.... One would willingly embrace all who smile, and one feels that he is brother of all who live.
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Alfred De Musset Sayings: Look at the sun! It's dry, it's dead, it needs a drink, it wants blood! And I'll give it blood!
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Alfred De Musset Saying: What I need is a woman who is something, anything: either very beautiful or very kind or in the last resort very wicked; very witty or very stupid, but something.
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Sayings about Alfred De Musset: Experience is the name men give to their follies or their sorrows.
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Saying about Alfred De Musset: It was one of those somber evenings when the sighing of the wind resembles the moans of a dying man; a storm was brewing, and between the splashes of rain on the windows there was the silence of death. All nature suffers in such moments; the trees writhe in pain and twist their heads; the birds of the fields cower under the bushes; the streets of cities are deserted.
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