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|6 Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one's nose. |
HEINRrCH HEINE (1797-1856), German poel, journalist. Quoled in: Simone de
Beauvoir, Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter, bk. 3 (1958; tr. 1959). 7 It is only to the
|At the end/ in the end 1) Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always |
blows one's nose. 2) We will discuss it at the end of the month. 3) Sin is sweet in
the beginning, but bitter in the end. (The Talmud). 4) Of course I'll listen to what
|George Jean Nathan (1882-1958) American critic A good drama critic is one who |
perceives what is happening in the theatre of ... Dickens (1812-1870) English
novelist Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one's nose.
|Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one's nose. You |
cannot feed the hungry on statistics. He only profits from praise who values
criticism. When the heroes go off the stage, the clowns come on. Christ rode on
an ass, ...
|Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) German Poet Whatever tears one may shed, in the |
end one always blows one's nose. Of course God will forgive me; that's His job. In
action, the English have the advantage enjoyed by free men always entitled to ...
|Ash and I were going to try out your billiard table, and we'd like the opportunity to |
relieve you of a portion of your inheritance.” Kit followed Ford out ... Whatever
tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one's nose. Think in the
|But at the same time, nothing can bring back Niobe's or La Llorona's children — |
they cry forever precisely because ... tears seem interminable — colic, for
instance, or other forms of pathological crying — crying does come to an end.
And so while Niobe never stops crying, we (and our mothers) do. As the German
poet Heinrich Heine put it, "Whatever tears one may shed, one always blows
|In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: It goes on. —|
Robert Frost Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one's
nose. —Heinrich Heine lhe hest Place to Put $°l/ll troiihles is in Wr. Sb Trolalales
are a ...
|can express any feeling: tears of laughter or weeping of sorrow, sobs of delight or |
wailing of grief, tears of excitement or ... Poet Heinrich Heine captures that fact
nicely: "Whatever tears one sheds, in the end one always blows one's nose.