Henry Fielding Quotes

Henry Fielding Quotes

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5 Quotes from Literature About Misery
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It’s not fun to think about, but misery is part of the human condition. Here are five quotes from literature about misery.

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Life may as properly be called an art as any other. ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding I’ve posted this on the LitQuotes Facebook page as . . . read more

Happy Easter and New Quotes
Happy Easter

First of all, for those of you that celebrate the holiday, Happy Easter! Secondly, I’ve added new quotes to the site. We’re now over 2,500 . . . read more

12 Henry Fielding Quotes

There are a set of religious, or rather moral writers, who teach that virtue is the certain road to happiness, and vice to misery, in this world. A very wholesome and comfortable doctrine, and to which we have but one objection, namely, that it is not true. ~ Tom Jones by Henry Fielding A good conscience is never lawless in the worst regulated state, and will provide those laws for itself, which the neglect of legislators hath forgotten to supply. ~ Tom Jones by Henry Fielding Life may as properly be called an art as any other. ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding Guilt hath very quick ears to an accusation. ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding Guilt, on the contrary, like a base thief, suspects every eye that beholds him to be privy to his transgressions, and every tongue that mentions his name to be proclaiming them. ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding "When widows exclaim loudly against second marriages, I would always lay a wager that the man, if not the wedding-day, is absolutely fixed on." ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding "So you think it necessary, then," said the doctor, "that there should be one fool at least in every married couple." ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding "It hath been often said that it is not death, but dying, which is terrible." ~ Amelia by Henry Fielding When the effects of female jealousy do not appear openly in their proper colours of rage and fury, we may suspect that mischievous passion to be at work privately, and attempting to undermine, what it doth not attack above-ground. ~ Tom Jones by Henry Fielding "His designs were strictly honourable, as the phrase is; that is, to rob a lady of her fortune by way of marriage." ~ Tom Jones by Henry Fielding

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