Eugene Sue Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Eugene Sue

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Eugene Sue quotes: The eyes are the windows of a woman's heart; you may enter that a way! The eyes are the windows of a woman's heart; you may enter that a way!
Eugene Sue quotes: The hand that gives, gathers. The hand that gives, gathers.
Eugene Sue quotes: I wanted to be a nobleman; I bought a name and a title ... Oh, nothing is impossible with five million a year. I wanted to be a nobleman; I bought a name and a title ... Oh, nothing is impossible with five million a year.
Eugene Sue quotes: There is something still more to be dreaded than a Jesuit and that is a Jesuitess. There is something still more to be dreaded than a Jesuit and that is a Jesuitess.
Eugene Sue quotes: Virtue often trips and falls over the sharp edge of poverty. Virtue often trips and falls over the sharp edge of poverty.
Eugene Sue quotes: One, two, three four five,All is well I am alive,Six,seven,eight nine ten,All is well, no whining then! One, two, three four five,
All is well I am alive,
Six,seven,eight nine ten,
All is well, no whining then!
Eugene Sue quotes: Weakness indicates dependence, and there is a degree of trust and tenderness also in it. Weakness indicates dependence, and there is a degree of trust and tenderness also in it.