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|Unknown, Source Fortune does not so much change men, as it unmasks them. - |
Unknown, Source People who talk much say nothing. - Unknown, Source The
grass is always greener where the fence isn't. - Unknown, Source The foolish and
|William Shakespeare, A Mid- Summer Night's Dream, 1596 "Fortune does not |
change men; it unmasks them. ... things of much sense for men of rare sense -
are expressed but briefly and (hence) darkly, so that barren minds will declare it
to be ...
|Fortune does not change men; it unmasks them. MME. NECKER Adversity |
introduces a man to himself. ANONYMOUS It has been said that misfortune
sharpens our wits, but to the extent that it does so, it makes us worse; fortunately,
it often ...
|The standards of our society have become so flimsy that there are a lot of males |
who assume they are true men, but, their standards of life speak something
different. So I would ... "Fortune does not change men, it unmasks them." ~
|Do you argue with people about money? ... The amount of money someone |
spends on another person can be seen as an indication ofhow much the person
loves the other, so money and ... 'Fortune does not change men, it unmasks them.
|... today; and could have been 96, like other people one has known; mercifully |
was not. His life would have utterly ended mine. — VIRGINIA WOOLF Fortune
does not change men, it unmasks them. — SUZANNE NECKER & Griet is so
|Syrus, Publilius Fortune knocks at every man's door once in a life, but in a good |
many cases the man is in a neighboring saloon and does not hear her. - Twain,
Mark Fortune does not so much change men, as it unmasks them. - Unknown ...
|Urg. Yes, Sir, 1 think to change my Can, dition. Bomb. Why few People are |
content with their Condition, tho' it be the best. ... Why then, Madam, not to flatter
you, you can have no Merit ; and is you've ever so much, 'tis much'harder to avoid
Censure than gain Applause. ... Stabs of Infamy, meet them with Patience; for
hasty Words and Precipitancy-will make' YQU , you utter Monsters not figur'd in
the Brain, ...
Franz Kafka - 1998 - No preview
|Contemplation, Kafka's first published book (1913), was one of the few to appear in his lifetime. Composed of eighteen short prose poems, the book as a whole displays the full range of Kafka's compact metaphorical style.|
|This is a masterful job of interviewing an interesting and colorful man and getting |
precisely one quote," he wrote about another article. Or, responding to ... One of
his pearls: "It's not much of a company, but it's a hell of a stock." Scary smart, with