George Sand Quotes
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Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, best known by her nom de plume George Sand, was a French novelist, memoirist, and socialist.
“God has written in the law of nature that when two people are joined in love or friendship, one must always give his heart more perfectly than the other.”
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“In times when evil comes because men misunderstand and hate one another, it is the mission of the artist to praise sweetness, confidence, and friendship, and so to remind men, hardened or discouraged, that pure morals, tender sentiments, and primitive justice still exist, or at least can exist, in this world.”
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“I don't know why, but any thought of the future upsets me intolerably. So I had to turn and look back at certain aspects of the past, and only then did I recover my calm. I thought of our friendship and was overcome by guilt at having allowed so much bitterness to invade my wretched heart. I recalled the joys and sorrows we had shared. Both are so dear to me that I began to sob like a woman when I remembered them.”
Rating 4.64 em 5(11 Votes)