Henryk Sienkiewicz Quotes

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Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: hatred is degenerated love, hatred is degenerated love,
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: It is an altogether wrong idea that the modern product of civilization is less susceptible to love. I sometimes think it is the other way. It is an altogether wrong idea that the modern product of civilization is less susceptible to love. I sometimes think it is the other way.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: without noise of drums or without noise of drums or
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: He always smiles, even when contemplating nothing good. He always smiles, even when contemplating nothing good.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: A very poor man lives upon crumbs, and smiles gratefully - through tears. 6 A very poor man lives upon crumbs, and smiles gratefully - through tears. 6
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Ground the coursing of flocks run wild. Ground the coursing of flocks run wild.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Walking along the avenues, we had one of the so-called intellectual conversations, which consist a great deal in quoting names of books and authors. Walking along the avenues, we had one of the so-called intellectual conversations, which consist a great deal in quoting names of books and authors.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: England is never in a hurry because she is eternal. England is never in a hurry because she is eternal.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Youth is the one worthwhile treasure in this world, no matter how miserable the rest of life might be. Youth is the one worthwhile treasure in this world, no matter how miserable the rest of life might be.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Life deserves laughter, hence people laugh at it. Life deserves laughter, hence people laugh at it.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Day is like day as two beads in a rosary, unless changes of weather form the only variety. Day is like day as two beads in a rosary, unless changes of weather form the only variety.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Homesickness springs from the isolation of the soul from its surroundings. Homesickness springs from the isolation of the soul from its surroundings.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Every novelist should write something for children at least once in his lifetime. Every novelist should write something for children at least once in his lifetime.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Our souls are full of Gothic arches, pinnacles, twisted traceries we cannot shake off, and of which Greek minds knew nothing. Our souls are full of Gothic arches, pinnacles, twisted traceries we cannot shake off, and of which Greek minds knew nothing.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: On an exhausted field, only weeds grow. On an exhausted field, only weeds grow.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Ah me! what torture to have to deal with virtue, cold and merciless as the letter of the law! Ah me! what torture to have to deal with virtue, cold and merciless as the letter of the law!
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: the ears of the prince. His guardianship over the ears of the prince. His guardianship over
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: The sky is one whole, the water another; and between those two infinities the soul of man is in loneliness. The sky is one whole, the water another; and between those two infinities the soul of man is in loneliness.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: It has been said that Poland is dead, exhausted, enslaved, but here is the proof of her life and triumph. It has been said that Poland is dead, exhausted, enslaved, but here is the proof of her life and triumph.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: Own single law; Hei! be amazed, grow not enraged! thou in thy Own single law; Hei! be amazed, grow not enraged! thou in thy
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: There is within us a moral instinct which forbids us to rejoice at the death of even an enemy. There is within us a moral instinct which forbids us to rejoice at the death of even an enemy.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: It is not Atlas who carries the world on his shoulders, but woman; and sometimes she plays with it as with a ball. It is not Atlas who carries the world on his shoulders, but woman; and sometimes she plays with it as with a ball.
Henryk Sienkiewicz quotes: If we repay evil with good, then how do we repay the good? If we repay evil with good, then how do we repay the good?