Robert Burton Quotes

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to-enlarge-or-illustrate-this-power-and-effect-of-love-is-to-set-a-candle-in-the-sun
great-feelings-will-often-take-the-aspect-of-error-and-great-faith-the-aspect-of-illusion
no-cord-or-cable-can-draw-so-forcibly-or-bind-so-fast-as-love-can-do-with-a-single-thread
be-not-solitary-be-not-idle
idleness-is-an-appendix-to-nobility
the-men-who-succeed-are-the-efficient-few-they-are-the-few-who-have-the-ambition-and-will-power-to-develop-themselves
england-is-a-paradise-for-women-and-hell-for-horses-italy-is-a-paradise-for-horses-hell-for-women-as-the-diverb-goes
truth-is-the-shattered-mirror-strewn-in-myriad-bits-while-each-believes-his-little-bit-the-whole-to-own
a-good-conscience-is-a-continual-feast
one-religion-is-as-true-as-another
it-is-most-true-stylus-virum-arguit-our-style-betrays-us
wit-without-employment-is-a-disease
marriage-and-hanging-go-by-destiny-matches-are-made-in-heaven
if-there-be-a-hell-upon-earth-it-is-to-be-found-in-a-melancholy-mans-heart
were-it-not-that-they-are-loath-to-lay-out-money-on-a-rope-they-would-be-hanged-forthwith-and-sometimes-die-to-save-charges
thou-canst-not-think-worse-me-than-i-do-myself-robert-burton
old-friends-become-bitter-enemies-on-sudden-for-toys-small-offenses-robert-burton
he-loves-who-advises-robert-burton
what-is-life-when-wanting-love-night-without-morning-loves-cloudless-summer-sun-nature-gay-adorning-robert-burton
that-which-others-hear-read-i-felt-practised-myself-they-get-their-knowledge-by-books-i-mine-by-melancholizing-robert-burton
all-poets-are-mad-robert-burton
we-can-make-mayors-officers-every-year-but-not-scholars-robert-burton
a-dwarf-standing-on-shoulders-giant-may-see-farther-than-giant-himself-robert-burton
a-blow-with-word-strikes-deeper-than-blow-with-sword
no-cord-cable-can-draw-forcibly-bind-fast-as-love-can-do-with-single-thread
a-quiet-mind-cureth-all
no-rule-is-general-which-admits-not-some-exception
idleness-is-appendix-to-nobility
every-man-hath-good-bad-angel-attending-on-him-in-particular-all-his-life-long
almost-in-every-kingdom-most-ancient-families-have-been-at-first-princes-bastards
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