Charles Nodier Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Charles Nodier

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Charles Nodier quotes: Such days of autumnal decline hold a strange mystery which adds to the gravity of all our moods. Such days of autumnal decline hold a strange mystery which adds to the gravity of all our moods.
Charles Nodier quotes: To believe everything is to be an imbecile. To deny everything is to be a fool. To believe everything is to be an imbecile.
To deny everything is to be a fool.
Charles Nodier quotes: Our years, our debts, and our enemies are always more numerous than we imagine. Our years, our debts, and our enemies are always more numerous than we imagine.
Charles Nodier quotes: A writer should read until he is filled to the brim and like a pitcher which is over-filled over flows. And then he should write. A writer should read until he is filled to the brim and like a pitcher which is over-filled over flows. And then he should write.
Charles Nodier quotes: It is wrong to kill anyone. It is wrong to kill those who kill. It is wrong to kill the executioner. The laws on murder must be killed! It is wrong to kill anyone. It is wrong to kill those who kill. It is wrong to kill the executioner. The laws on murder must be killed!