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The Warden Quotes by Anthony Trollope

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Anthony Trollope 1815-1882
Anthony Trollope

Anthony Trollope (April 24, 1815 – December 6, 1882) was one of the most successful and prolific novelists of the Victorian era. He is famous for the Chronicles of Barsetshire novels.

20 Funny Quotes from Literature
Funny Quotes from Literature

Funny quotes like – What the eye does not see, the stomach does not get upset over. ~ by Jerome K. Jerome

New Quotes Added – George R. R. Martin and Anthony Trollope
New Quotes

I added new quotes to the site today. The quotes are by George R. R. Martin and Anthony Trollope. New titles included in this batch are A Storm of Swords and Framley Parsonage.

9 The Warden Quotes Found!

What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book, and a cup of coffee? ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope He took such high ground that there was no getting on to it. ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope "A spoken word, Sir Abraham, is often of more value than volumes of written advice." ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope "What is any public question but a conglomeration of private interests?" ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope Velvet and gilding do not make a throne, nor gold and jewels a sceptre. It is a throne because the most exalted one sits there,—and a sceptre because the most mighty one wields it. ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope You might pass Eleanor Harding in the street without notice, but you could hardly pass an evening with her and not lose your heart. ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope They say that faint heart never won fair lady; and it is amazing to me how fair ladies are won, so faint are often men's hearts! ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope The bishop did not whistle: we believe that they lose the power of doing so on being consecrated. ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope "One evening call," said he, "is worth ten in the morning. It's all formality in the morning; real social talk never begins till after dinner." ~ The Warden by Anthony Trollope


 

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