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Literature In French Quotes By Jose Bergamin: In French literature, you can choose a la In French literature, you can choose a la carte; in Spanish literature, there is only the set meal. Jose Bergamin
Literature In French Quotes By Marcia Brown: A rich man's soup - and all from A rich man's soup - and all from a few stones. It seemed like magic! Marcia Brown
Literature In French Quotes By Laclos, Pierre Choderlos De: We get bored with everything, my angel, it's We get bored with everything, my angel, it's a law of nature: it's not my fault. Laclos, Pierre Choderlos De
Literature In French Quotes By Robert Pattinson: I like a lot of French literature, everything I like a lot of French literature, everything that was published like in the 40s and 50s. I like a lot of that. — Robert Pattinson
Literature In French Quotes By Lytton Strachey: The amateur is very rare in French literature The amateur is very rare in French literature - as rare as he is common in our own. — Lytton Strachey
Literature In French Quotes By Antoine Francois Prevost D'Exiles: The heart of a father is the masterpiece The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature. — Antoine Francois Prevost D'Exiles
Literature In French Quotes By Pierre Louis: ...After you have done everything to please a ...After you have done everything to please a man and he's taken his pleasure with you, all you are for him is a whore, and a whore's daughter. — Pierre Louis
Literature In French Quotes By Joseph Gordon-Levitt: When I arrived at Columbia, I gave up When I arrived at Columbia, I gave up acting and became interested in all things French. French poetry, French history, French literature. — Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Literature In French Quotes By Arthur Rimbaud: No one's serious at seventeen,When lindens line the No one's serious at seventeen,
When lindens line the promenades — Arthur Rimbaud
Literature In French Quotes By Charles Baudelaire: Folly, error, sin, avariceOccupy our minds and labor Folly, error, sin, avarice
Occupy our minds and labor our bodies,
And we feed our pleasant remorse
As beggars nourish their vermin. — Charles Baudelaire
Literature In French Quotes By Garth Risk Hallberg: In college, I was a huge fan of In college, I was a huge fan of 'Les Miserables.' I seem to remember that people who were into French literature preferred Hugo's poetry. — Garth Risk Hallberg
Literature In French Quotes By Joseph Bottum: Anything that keeps old words in circulation is Anything that keeps old words in circulation is to be treasured, the French revolution be damned. — Joseph Bottum
Literature In French Quotes By Sefi Atta: As a student in England, I studied French As a student in England, I studied French and English literature. I read L'Etranger and the rhythm of the novel felt familiar to me - very African. — Sefi Atta
Literature In French Quotes By Lytton Strachey: How far the existence of the Academy has How far the existence of the Academy has influenced French literature, either for good or for evil, is an extremely dubious question. — Lytton Strachey
Literature In French Quotes By Julia Child: It seemed that in Paris you could discuss It seemed that in Paris you could discuss classic literature or architecture or great music with everyone from the garbage collector to the mayor. — Julia Child
Literature In French Quotes By Honore De Balzac: Conscience, my dear, is a kind of stick Conscience, my dear, is a kind of stick that everyone picks up to thrash his neighbor with, but one he never uses against himself. — Honore De Balzac