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Jules Renard's quotes
« It is no more difficult a fat man of delicate thoughts to a big hand to have a fine writing. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Happiness, the fastest of the impressions. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In literature as in the pool, make the series. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The best of us has a few small assassinations to be ashamed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Others don't listen to talk: they do not write. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« First, we love nature. Is that although later we get to humans. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Laziness: habit to rest before fatigue »
Jules Renard

« I does not cause the compliments, but I suffer when we do not, and when you do me, I let not the person extend. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We have the right to laugh to tears if you cried. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Fear is a mist of sensations. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We are a double staircase: when half of us goes up, the other goes down. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« No genius, but of small ephemeral geniuses. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The rule to make the links, it's do not have the air of a Canary. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« As any original comparison must necessarily, in the long run become commonplace, never do. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« One who loves literature like money, paintings, trinkets or the rest. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Once married, the woman fades. She has more jolite or coquetry. It's more treatable. She dresses for a living in the back room. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Death, if she saw us crying, she would get out. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Happiness is in bitterness. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We will never do what we want. -Fortunately! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The little clarity there is in the mystery that surrounds us comes from ourselves: this is a false clarity. Never the mystery only showed us his own. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Music: when we play pretty hard or soft enough, the audience applauds. What there must be idiots, music! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's good, to despise the world and use it, but as it's better to despise everything simply! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Who knows if each event does not realize a dream that we did that, did another, which is remembered more, or that you did not? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« First, you'll know that it shouldn't rely on the fruits of goodness, then even on the flowers. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Me and you, pig, us will be estimated after our death. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« You to take the Ocean or a glass of water on the eye of a needle, it will always only a drop of water. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The irony does not dry out, she fight against weeds. »
Jules Renard

« I know that the literature does not feed her man. Fortunately, I'm not very hungry. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 11 Février 1902)

« It takes friendship six months off a year to renew its repertoire. Love should do the same. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 11 juillet 1900)

« The needle of the dressmaker Pecks like a meticulous hen. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There are still a little empty in the fuller friendships, as in eggs. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 15 janvier 1904)

« Friendship can happen long evidence. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 15 octobre 1908)

« Morality is in fact, not in the feelings. If I treat my father, I can have fun to wish his death. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« "You sell three thousand francs you had for five cents, and you say, very quiet: it's a deal". Of course not! It's a flight. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The sun rises before me, I go to bed after him: we're even. »
Jules Renard

« There are funerals of first class as if we were going to Heaven by the railroad. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 10 septembre 1903)

« Do not know his friends before their glory. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The sky, it's one you see at the bottom of the water. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Worldwide, multiply its annoyance by others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« All animals can talk, except the talking parrot. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We love sentimental way than women of our dreams, our sleep, those who file in our hearts a little blue flower that lives an hour, a morning after waking up. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It deserves to be known. We're losing to be too well known. Why despise the big world? It is the culmination of a rising market. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Literature, funny job: make it less, but better to do. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Before that laugh of great men, you have to love them with all his soul. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A verse is still better read on a page uncut. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We can't even plagiarize yourself. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Save, no. Not to spend anything, Yes. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Joy has no nuances: is that a dilatation of the heart. The author of an acclaimed masterpiece and a small woman who is balancing on the wire, in a circus, similarly enjoy their fame. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Man, this mole of the atmosphere. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« When laziness makes unhappy, she has the same value as work. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A philanthropist, I know what it is; He's a man who likes men. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Omnibus. Travellers to fifteen francs the cent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« As long as a man has not explained the secret of the universe, there not be satisfied. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If, at your option, I do not have enough talent, suppose I had died, and suddenly your esteem and my talent will be at par. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The woman has more than deserves to stay honest, because a man can always be satisfied with his wife, provided that she is young and clean. It can dispense with the goodwill of his wife, who can't do anything without his to him. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The players to a big role with all small replicas. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We age may be faster when you're dead. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The Lantern, this fat dropsical woman who only comes out at night. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Admiration goes to friendship. It is sufficient in itself. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The verse is always a little cage of thought. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« When a woman tells you: A man like you, it's a way of saying: when you're ready, Sir. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Removed the gold of wheat, there is the money of the stubble. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is ridiculous to be deaf, it's sad to be blind. Can measure the difference there is between the visible nature and men who speak. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Only, smoke know that there is wind. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The fear of falling, that's what enough to kill thousands of men to a Minister. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Read always higher than what they write. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893-1898)

« The taste is everything in art, holding us to write something less well than another. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« He would be reborn a life for painting, another for music, etc. Three or four hundred years, maybe we could complement each other. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The painter, who is about to paint the Sun's theories, and, when he wants to start, the Sun is gone. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The swallow, the favorite toy of the wind. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There are people who, throughout their lives, simply say: of course! Perfectly! It's horrible, wonderful, extravagant, very curious. By themselves they have no value, but they are a great help to others: they serve as verbs has »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The soul of a Hunter is a ridiculous and silly Kash. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Bother, it's insult to oneself. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A young, is one who has not lied. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« What talent it takes to write a newspaper! (1) take keep slipping on the peels and graillons of the staircase that goes up to the editorial office. (2) appeal to the boy. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Today men of letters taking copies of their letters so that posterity may without too much bad to meet their match. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Society of men of letters. -Amazing, how little they know to talk! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The best interview is one that says that I have an eagle eye and a lion's mane. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Manners, it's like money: there isn't loose change which changes from city to city. What has value and what remains the same. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Whatever happiness when it has no joy! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't live! Just always desire to live. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The glory is to be an eccentric of the literature. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A man of letters, is a man who has passed his baccalaureate in letters. And again!... »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« "The most beautiful girl in the world...". But the ugliest gives more. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Man is an animal that has the ability to sometimes think about death. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Inspiration, this is perhaps than the joy of writing: it does not precede it. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« These writers are like the barrel of the Danaides: they pass all of humanity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The reverie is Moonlight of thought. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Between the Shepherd and his dog, there is only a difference of humanity, that would jump a chip. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If you want to be sure to always do the right thing, do what you is unpleasant. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The absolute has little meaning today only its adverb. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's a bad job we do to get more work. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« How many times does a man speaks up and is more stupid when he attends the show next to a pretty woman that he wants to wow? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Free, Yes, you are like me, my equal, Yes, but my brother is something else. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Should be the satirical theatre with the sharpness of a Beaumarchais and the abundance of a Rabelais. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Inclination. What happened to this nice word? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Can't work in Paris. Can't work in the countryside. Replace these formulas by can work anywhere. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Our selfishness goes so far that we believe, in stormy weather, that it thunders that for us. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There may be, on the one hand, the form, on the other, the bottom. A bad style, it's an imperfect thought. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The people who say jaded have never experienced anything: sensitivity does not wear out. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Stay with us: we are passable. Do not go out: our flaws are waiting for us at the door like flies. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Anyway better have a pretty woman an old piece of furniture. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Clouds: descents of the Moon bed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The monocle, a showcase of belly. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Sometimes, the fighter said: "poor animals! That's when he killed all his drunk. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The gaiety only first came words, but tenderness to style. There are serious words that sound fake, gay also, but is less apparent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Storm. Lightning is not clear. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« You be surprised of some original quirks, but you don't complain of the mediocrities. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Our intelligence, it's a candle in the wind. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A book, it's already a Terminal. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A woman's duty is to be always the most beautiful possible. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Our mind, a poor little flame held by a body of tallow. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't write only by weariness of watching. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's so boring, mourning! Every moment we must remember we're sad. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The sea is the abyss that is full to the brim. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We always say that it is read in Germany to console themselves for not to be in France. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Nature is not definitive: we can always add. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« This is a book which said: 'Let's read it immediately for not having to read later. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The letter we have ever received, where perhaps depended on the happiness of our life. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A horse falls, the driver also. That's what it's like to want to ride on the seat! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Lost time catches up ever. - so, let's continue to do nothing. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The word is the excuse of thinking. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Out of a living room, anything that can look like. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A description that exceeds ten words is no longer visible. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Two men who don't know are capable, by self-esteem, to one next to the other, in a desert, without greeting. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Always confused the man and the artist, on the pretext that the chance brought them together in the same body. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Be silent for great reasons: one is that for small. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We're jealous admiration and love. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Every moment life misses his subject. Need to redo everything she does, rewrite what it creates. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's painful to write a book: it is to deliver. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If you think well of me, then say as soon as possible, because, you know, happen. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The Sun is so bright that it is not. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A fool in six letters, double a fool. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Clouds at sunset make watering can in the Sun. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Do not be too hungry to eat well, because as soon as we got to the table, there is no hunger. Similarly we should not feel too passionate when we want to write. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« When the public isn't here, missing a character. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A newspaper, it's not much more literary than a host table. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is the young who made the saint, and sobriety, the man of sense. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The sword of Damocles: the suspension to the fashion of the time. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Man proposes, and the woman has. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't say that what I write is not true: say I write it wrong, because it's all true. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« General ideas. So called because nobody uses. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« An artist never win money by his art, but by what he knows to put to one side. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Our opinion is the average between what we say to the author and what we say to his friends. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Know smile when a sensible man guess your little infamies. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The glory, is first a beautiful beach. You roll around in sand, then soon, smell bad, fish that women come up empty on the edge. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Above all, do not confuse sorrow and trouble. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Oh! not so live, veg only! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The fire of the fireplace, this small theatre where the flames gesticulate as business players. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The spirit lives at the expense of the body: If you're good, you think wrong. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Spend his life to judge yourself, it's great fun and, at the bottom, it's not very clever. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« What is harder to face is the face of a mother you don't like and that is pathetic. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The secret to write today, it is to be wary of words whose meaning is worn and a syntax we learned wrong. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Must read the wrong books, Peel the good. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There are some services that we seem to ask and what it should be to. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The criticism should not be written: we speak it. What good write what's done? Only, the artwork is pen in hand. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The ridiculous does not kill the pity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A few drops of dew on a Web Spider, and a river of diamonds. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« As we are not sure of our courage, we do not want to seem to doubt the courage of others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A father rarely, seen that we think rarely, it is still something above itself. and it's soft feel someone who is over the top, which can be a protector, which is higher by age, reason, responsibility. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Look at things from all over the world with personal lighting. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« My soul is an old chamber pot where sleeps one eye. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We speak of these useless and vain words that the simple movement of the market is coming out of the mouth. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« From time to time to withdraw from what we do, and gain some height to breathe and dominate. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« No more hate, maybe two rivals in goodness. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We have eight days to respond to a letter. Oh! not when this letter is a request for money. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Read, read. Things that you have not understood yesterday, you'll be surprised to understand today. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Give the reason for the Wolf, but don't let her hunger. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Do not be afraid to let our minds a bit, graze each day, narcotic herbs in the unlimited fields of dreams. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« When people say I've got talent, there is no need to repeat myself: I understand the first time. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The goal is to be happy. We can't only slowly. There is a daily application. When they are, much more needs to be done: to comfort others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« These people who don't remember to remember by letters of mourning. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Write 20 books. A critic will judge you in twenty lines, and you are not the strongest. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In fencing, the bad faith disappears as soon as we have the advantage. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There is rich that we take the trouble to please. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is still before the death that we feel the more bookish. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We must look truth in poet. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Their taste for work, it's not being able to "sit and do nothing." »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Have in a cabin of the dreams of the emperor. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A man infatuated with the truth needs to be neither a poet nor a big. It is one and the other without searching. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Men of letters have toured the ideas, and they eventually marry poor scraps of ugly women. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The idea of Homeland is an idea of city. The small homeland, is great, it's the unique. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The anger of the satire is useless: just showing things as they are. They're pretty ridiculous by themselves. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Is it the same for the wife for the husband, adultery? A way to escape the big emotions in small words. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Watching the horizon is looking away, but it's also watching something false. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A civilized man is one who'd rather get punched than a slap. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The Hunter always kills by address. His explanations it result it is also by address missing. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Let's not confuse the smart man with the man of talent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Thus we cry because we have in memory the tears universal that death has spread. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« This is amazing, this habit of people who succeeded in Paris to advise others to stay in the province. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Men seem to not getting married to prevent their wives to marry others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's so easy for a woman to make love! No need to be very young and very pretty. There is only to reach out in some way and the man immediately puts her heart. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Oh! This sound serious bells, as if the dead themselves pulled the rope with their feet! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Today you can't talk, because we no longer know how to listen. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Here there is neither joy nor philosophy. There is that mysterious sadness and pain without reason. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« While the new fans read us, the former forget us. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There is always, in the most spiritual of the women, a small Turkey who never takes the time to sleep. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's amazing how all the literary celebrities earn to be seen in caricature! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The death knell, a sound for each ear of dead. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Soap operas must be read by bits, to firms. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A certain limit exceeded, it has nothing to say, or do, that's worth it. When a pretty woman mouth said 'hell', all she can say after seems bland. Art, that is to say that as late as possible, the great art, maybe »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The tree. His shadow makes him a tail of a Peacock that opens and closes its eyes from Sun, depending on whether the wind shakes their eyelids, the leaves. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The Ancien Régime, for some it is a snuff-box of money, a plug of tobacco and a flick to the crop. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There, to conduct a conversation in society, a lot of unnecessary things. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The Jinx is bent on stupidity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If you want to live a life outside and resounding, must open a few windows of his brain, and let closed others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In the more expansive joys, always keep to the depths of our soul a sad corner. It's our refuge, sudden alarm. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is a deception to strive to be good. We must be born good, or never interfere. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The fun in the theater, is out to intervals, to greet, to shake hands, to hear opinions and to be an average, with all the extremes, without effort, on the part. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« So know that you have made real progress when you lose the desire to prove that you're talented. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The reward of great men, it's that, long after their death, it is not of course they're dead. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The french mind loves the big things, but he wants to see where it leads. It is developing the masterpieces. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Legend: It's an author who does not consequence. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There is a measure for everything: as soon as we get through, we can move. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If your eyes, assumes that the world is less. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Happy pigs who hold their head to eat, and speak with the tail! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Others develop in us especially the bad instincts of the property; just be a moment at home to immediately want to be home. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« That's the difference there is between a beautiful thing, and even sublime, and something perfect. The perfect is always a bit mediocre. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Listen. Woe to him who, without pick it up, drop a word of mouth others gold. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Live and judge his life: what is the man capable of both? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It would be funny, well, nature is abstînt be gay do not contrast with our sadness! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Frankly that is stepping on toes of others by express... How many caps, bad words, etc., are exposed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's not hard to be exquisite from time to time; but being all his life!... »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Stupid faith can that displease God. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Not slyly must respect the dead. Must process their images in friends and love all the memories that come to them. He must love them for themselves and for us, even if - it displease others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It always writes his books too early. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Must read books and don't read one or two. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Being happy is not the goal, but it should at least have been. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« As long as it has not found a way to photograph the glory, the artist won't be happy. And he'll still complain that it is not well come. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« He must tell everything: work gives a little blissful satisfaction. There is a State of anxiety that is not vulgar, and mind to perhaps his finest finds in laziness. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Beware of this sentence that you write: eyes of the other world maybe will read it. Should not it leaves a cloudy cloud. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The great mistake of justice, is to imagine that his defendants always act logically. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A good classic is not without a bit of mediocrity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The serious drawback of being the most intimate friend of a young playwright, it's that he prays you to attend the first in his mother's dressing room. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Painters can always say that their table is dimly lit. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The teachers don't care to be held at the level of their audience. They distrust of what they would not understand. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Joy makes impotent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Wake up to a sweet dream, we want to go back to sleep to keep it going; but vainly strives to pull together the waves tracks, like the folds of the dress of a woman loved disappearing behind a door that could not raise. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The fairies escape us. They are radiant and you can not grasp them, and what can't we do have, they love him forever. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Politeness requires that two people who meet together raise their umbrellas and cling. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The clouds are like thoughts, daydreams, nightmares in the sky. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Surmenons us, surmenons us to live fast and die earlier. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Laughing tears, crying to twist. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Oh! any woman is equal to me. It was nice to be two: love remains lonely. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We must travel to expand life. The most senior artists are world travellers clerks. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« How do you as a man who never raise voice to impersonate a man of genius? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If I tell him a secret, right now she has in the language a wriggling fish. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Work when there is no genius, it's as if we were singing. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We don't know, of each foreign literature, and its relationship with politics. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In a play, nothing more useless than a sentence well done. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There is no synthesis: it's just the batch. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« You must undo what we believe you: it's possible. Then, you can show what you are: you'll never make it. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Flirt. Although it is still a rude ridiculous to tell a woman that you will never be in love with her, I can tell you that I feel not troubled near you. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« An instrument not replaced and much improved: it's the plow. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« As it would be interesting, various result where we can see three people killed, if you were of the number, my dear friend! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Morning, each tall grass is a spider web as a small sail. The sun comes out, and everything dark. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Theatre. The cemetery of the chairs of the Orchestra under the cover. Missing only heads. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is easier to look older to rejuvenate. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« I begin, when a man dies famous, to calculate what I have to live for life as much as he. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« What disproportion between the actual value of an actress and his glory, between his work and the sound it makes, and as it is just that nothing remains of it after his death. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If the France is sick, take something warm, evening, by lying down! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The clock is the wandering Jew. Listen to lame, and slow, and tired, not that never stops. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« All those who lived here were not born at the same time as me. And the dead say: hurry up and live! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The real is distinguished from the false, in literature, as natural of the artificial flowers: a species of inimitable smell. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's amazing how these single writers who have no children take care of the problem of the child! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« He has friends. There is no real friends. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't think that there is a great unknown men. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Hate supporting better that friendship, if one could hate his friends it would be more useful. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The best man is a child that life cheated. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Necklacing tiring to say no for an hour to a gentleman who wants to make you say Yes. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« An officer. Because he has a company of soldiers, he imagines handle men. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The critics are right to indulgence, who talk all the time of others, and we never talk. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There are more serious in the human body, what cufflinks. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« My head is like a barnyard. When I call the hens ideas to give them grain, these are ducks, geese or turkeys, ideas that come running. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It's peculiar that none of us doesn't know grammar and, to be a writer, want to learn how to write. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Theatre. These species of parts where it is the way in which it is not said who is funny. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We don't die. Death, it is still the sheltered life. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« What interesting contradiction! Writer, you despise the crowd; MP, you don't trust her. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The poet is the one who sees the drama and comedy. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« No one shows us our defects as a disciple. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« From there to believe that fly who take the front during our sleep is sent by God himself to wake up from our laziness, there not far. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The franchise, is this quality? If so, it is accessible to everyone; but few people reach out to her. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Soul, is indeed the word that made say the more nonsense. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« We have twenty years from fifteen to thirty years. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Every morning thinking about people we're going to grow in pots need watering. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« But, I mean, why so despise a man who has selfishness rather than a man who has heart. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A book we dislike everywhere where it looks like us. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« We can say anything no matter how: it is still cut off. The conversation is a game of secateurs, where each size the neighbor's voice as soon as it grows. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The world has perhaps created than to do evil. If, rather than antagonize the movement, us to follow, would be a good result. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Be careful to not to pay attention to him. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« An inspired poet, he's a poet who made fake worms. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Life is arranged to be at every moment the lower the height, and the dumbest has as much spirit. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The preoccupation with death, it's like a basket you can see, high, small world. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Crabs, walking pebbles. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The beginning of a literary talent, is the need to make believe that he did not understand his family. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« He must love nature and men despite the mud. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The voice of old people is a boneless, boneless. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The spirit is an idea that giving him a body; Here comparisons. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A man of genius must know how to compose. Otherwise, better to a man of talent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Bucolic. Wood fire. This whole party, this whole life! Then this agony this death, then this deboulee logs. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Like man, accept all assignments, as a writer, agree all rights, and even that of making fun of his homework. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A bad book is even stronger than a good play. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« There is no friends: there are moments of friendship. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Old, your eyes are like a reflection to star in a rut. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Happy people have no talent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't tell a woman she's pretty. Tell him only that she is not like the others, and all his careers will open to you. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Châtrez hilarious, and you have sad. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Beggars, we don't give them money, but we give them our address. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Our ancestors loved the campaign: they are walking and does not look at her. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« To do first voluntarily, with pleasure, what we're doing. The result doesn't matter. There are no plans, and we appreciate it hurt. But the author is satisfied with himself: it's always something. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Understanding everything, match nothing. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Fierce man, sensitive man, that time is there, everywhere where you abandon yourself to dream, to imagine the death of your wife, and burst into tears! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Caress: a cap of velvet. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If it was felt his family we want to please him, and, if you wanted to please him, we'd be ruined. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Alone, chaste men know each other in love. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Matter to the faults of french when we don't know the language; but, when we know, why persist? The necessary faults have no value. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« For little that we try to improve themselves, we see others shrink, as if they sank into the sand. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Modesty goes well to great men. It is to be nothing and be still modest which is difficult. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Men of nature, as they are called, speak little of the nature. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Laughter is unassailable as he laughs at himself, but he died alone in the middle of the serious and thoughtful figures. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Fame is more than a colonial commodity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Win a lot of money and be poor. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The life of an honest man is something very flat. What is left, since he has retreated the desire to please? He loves his wife, if one can love a woman who is not to make the Court. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In summer, blind, it is perhaps only when buzzing flies. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Don't you illusionnez so not! Born twenty years earlier, you would have made the naturalism like everyone else. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« It is not enough to be happy: he got that the others are not. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« All our criticism is to blame others for the qualities that we believe have not. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Friendship empty more than love. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A classic is a writer who watches over the tradition. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Cemeteries, these museums of menhirs. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Produce a lot, publish only the best. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The genesis of a mind: 1¡amazement, 2¡irony, 3¡enthusiasm. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Keep you smiling when a paper merchant, with whom you do business, likely a joke, on poetry. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Knowledge, in style, and never allow it to appear. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Daisy: a round mouth that has teeth on all sides. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« You rejected the stones in your garden in the garden of others, and to add, you broke a bit of your wall. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If the ass Word is in a sentence, the public, even sublime, will only hear this word. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Write to a friend, is to be angry with him. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« My friend does me to annoy those of my enemies who are his friends. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The style is the word need. The rest doesn't matter. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« If it was enough to stick a rare stamp on the back to find themselves abroad! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Demonstrate inside it takes as much intelligence to succeed at the grocery store than in literature. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Let each unfinished thing in order to copy, later, with interest and taste. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In general, anything more tasteless than the conversations of travellers. They have changed places, not of ideas. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The success of a room is as a matter of the heart. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Can we not dine with people and don't find them no talent? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Run away in a village to make the center of the world. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« When you write a letter, thinks that, under the seal of secrecy, it will be communicated to everyone. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We spend our lives cause of this mystery: our life. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The irony is above all a mind game. The humor would be rather a game of the heart, a sensitivity. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Man is an animal that looks up to the sky and sees only spiders of the ceiling. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« In literature, we need easy, for fear of catching a hot and cold. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« The book review reads more than his criticism, that he wrote his Secretary. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Everything is beautiful. We must speak of a pig as a flower. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Yes I know. All great men were initially unknown; but I'm not a great man, and I'd rather be known immediately. »
Jules Renard (Journal, 28 Avril 1893)

« You can be a bad brain; We must be good as fact. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« It is hard not to believe that real atheists believe in God, are almost impossible to find. »
Jules Renard (Mots d’écrits)

« Fine old, green no doubt, but this particular Green gives the beginning of its slow decay. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« With a woman, friendship can be that love moonlight. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The two Dumas overthrew the theory of the economy. It is the father who was the prodigal son who was a miser. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The worst smell you breathe, it's to feel bad. »
Jules Renard (Journal- 5 avril 1898)

« To do some nonsense, we look like a Coachman who dropped his horses guides and who sleeps. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The horizon is closer tonight than this morning. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Useless to speak well: he must speak quickly, in order to arrive before the answer. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« Psychology. When we use that word here, we have air whistling dogs. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« You care to be re-read? So, first, try to be read. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« We should work at night when we have for yourself the excitement of the day. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1893 - 1898)

« A man consoles himself to be soft in claiming it is fierce when it starts. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Career, a man who shakes hands with the others as close as possible to the thigh. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Acquire talent to say without yawning: that's interesting. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Being provided, it is not so convenient. Those looking for this failure have never. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« I love watching the faces of young women. It's fun to guess what they will become old. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« Word of a rich to a poor person. -Here, my friend, this is a piece of bread. There is only bread which we are not sick. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Twenty-six years, has so much appetite for new and scared to repeat is never of his notes. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Despite the unbroken continuity of our vices, we always find a little time to despise others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The sea, great artist, shoot to kill, and rejects the rocks its debris, with disdain. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Descriptions of woman resemble jeweller windows. There are golden hair, Emerald eyes, teeth pearls, coral lips. That is it, so you go further in the privacy! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Challenge yourself excessively skeptical: they are able to judge very harshly your smallest actions. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« When a train passes on a turntable, the cars have air to have hiccups. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« You've got the worry of money, bread to win. You free, and time belongs to you. You have to want to. But lack you power. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Still, it repents the irreparable harm of the wrongs we had toward people who died. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Believe human what is that particular, that's the big mistake to us. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The silly exaggeration is tears. She annoys like a faucet that does not close. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Do his reveries of thoughts. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Singular world, than that of the dream! The thoughts, inner lyrics, inside, Flock, swarm. Everyone is looking forward to before awakening, which is its end, his death. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Some people see as if their eyes were a pole, far from their brains. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A tile, an elegant slate. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A variety of the man of letters is the gentleman who did the work. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The regret of not being an intimate friend of a writer you love actually us speak ill. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Cause literature without knowing that, it is the best way to keep good literary relations. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The new formula of the novel, it's not to make novel. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The nostalgia we have countries that we do not know is perhaps the memory of regions traversed prior to this life travel. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« To see the other selfish, it amazes us, as if we only had the right to be and to live hard. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« You're not mature enough, you say. So do you expect you to rot? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Our first impressions are the only indelible. The rest is only a rehearsal, an effect of habit. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« There are critics who speak only books we do. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« It must be because we're the youngest. It's like when you're the eldest... »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The right of a critic is to deny his articles one after the other, and his duty is to have any kind of conviction. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A talker, he's a man who juggles fine with empty balls. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Very young, we have some originality, but not talent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The small silly thing is the symbol that we hide we so carefully! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The artist is someone whose taste is going faster than the talent. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The right, the duty of a man who no longer loves his wife, is run to love another, immediately, so that on this sad world, it is not lost a piece of joy. »
Jules Renard (Le Pain de ménage)

« The campaign lends itself to all the ramblings of the dream. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« We go through States of strange bodies, as if death did us the friendly nods. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Do we have a destiny? Are we free? Boring not knowing. What trouble if we knew! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Now we appreciate small young people, not because they have the talent, but because they seek the problem of destiny! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Broken China lasts longer than intact porcelain. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The war is perhaps that revenge beasts that we have killed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« No matter what I do! Ask me what I think. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Never do anything like any other art. in morals, do like everyone else. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Worms, it's prose with gloves and American suspenders; It is prose that is, makes breastplate as a guest in the evening. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Take the elusive idea by the neck and crush the nose on paper. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Fall on a book to shortcuts looks. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« As with scissors, the woman, with her thighs open, cut the sheaves of our desires. We are tired of having broke so many desires in the beautiful field of our love. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« This is a common mistake to take to friends two people who are high. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The man of true glory, is one we know and which we never saw anything. The trumpets of Fame claimed us his name. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The good tricks that would be one that would strive to be all alone in life, a friend of course. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The spirit is about, to the intelligence that is real, what is the strong wine and vintage vinegar: drink of the sterile minds and sickly stomach. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The woman catches up singularly, in literature, of the situation, she said, less, she's holding company. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Sometimes it's criticism of a critic that we dislike makes us love the critical book. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« There is that what we're doing is never surprising. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A great success, i.e. a fall there is the franchise to confess. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Call poetry a creation by the image and the dream. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« What is our imagination, compared to that of a child who wants to make a railroad with asparagus? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Some integrity we have, we can always put us in a category of thieves. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« We are irresponsible to the oddities of our brains. We cannot chase the immoral and the illogical, but not to prevent him from coming. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« It is in the city the most beautiful pages on the campaign. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The virtue of women, instead of slats of a Baker, has even less value made more cuts. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« If a discussion could get out any truth, it would less discussed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« It's a job that is curious to unravel in a young person the influences of the arrivals. That hurt we have before taking its originality at home, simply! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Everyone finds his pleasure when he takes it. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Intellectual life is in reality what geometry is to architecture. It is a stupid madness to want to apply to his life his method of thinking, as it would be believing that there are straight lines anti-scientific. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A written thought is dead. She lived. She no longer lives. It was flower. Writing made her artificial, that is immutable. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Nothing so boring as to agree: there is nothing to say. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The words are chump change of thought. There are talkers that pay us in Dimes parts. Others, on the contrary, only give gold louis. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Nothing is softer at the heart of a man that the Rapture of the woman he loves, who loves him, and the careful mine she takes each of his words, even more emotional, internally gray that she doesn't know what it says. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The smell of a rotten shell enough to accuse all the sea. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« There are people who give advice as we throw a punch. We're bleeding a little bit, and we hit back by not following the. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« What good science for a wife's mind both! You take the Ocean or a glass of water! »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« You say: I'm conceited, but you especially because you say you are. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« The symbolism. It's always him so we can go all passengers departing at the same time. On arrival, we split up. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Don't worry so your family! We never happens to satisfy. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« There are moments where I want to die, then, death, hell. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When you explain something, I can't understand more nothing. »
Jules Renard

« Humor: modesty, mind game. Is the daily spirit and moral cleanliness. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The reason for the most reasonable is always the best. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A smart woman should let us our dreams. »
Jules Renard

« -Lovers in the plural! Why do?-for repeatedly cheating on your husband. »
Jules Renard (Le pain de ménage)

« The vow of chastity is a challenge of pride in nature. »
Jules Renard (Mots d’écrits)

« Raise his soul from time to time as we do free weights, recreation and hygiene. »
Jules Renard (L’écornifleur)

« In friendship, we make progress, in love, it decreases. »
Jules Renard (L’oeil clair)

« We love each other. »
Jules Renard (Correspondance)

« Fame is an ongoing effort. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« A woman has the significance of a nest between two branches. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« It often comes the desire to change our natural family against a literary family of our choice, in order to be able to tell such a touching page author: brother. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« There are times where you want death to all the girls that you meet, because they don't throw you their hearts and 20,000 pounds of annuities. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« Between a man and a woman, friendship can be the bridge that leads to love. »
Jules Renard (L’écornifleur)

« The death of a former, we're like on a lock: change of level. »
Jules Renard

« Any idea seems a personal once we can't remember to whom we borrowed it. »
Jules Renard

« Write thoughts, it's faced every day, as a grocer to order, the recipes of his mind. »
Jules Renard (Petites bruyères)

« This isn't because there is a rose on the rose bird arise there: it is because there are aphids. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« In France, the mourning of the convictions is in red and the buttonhole. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is not necessary to live, but he is living happily. »
Jules Renard

« The married man what a boy is a volume that is connected to a paperback volume. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« As the snow would be monotonous if God had created the crows. »
Jules Renard

« The Loire, a great river of sometimes wet sand. »
Jules Renard

« Publishers, so nice when not published at home! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« What loses the Hare, what are his Wiles. If he did that run right in front of him, he would be immortal. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Imagine the wonder of man if he saw today the first rose! It cannot give what extraordinary name. »
Jules Renard

« A woman can be sublime in refusing to give the pox to the one she loves. »
Jules Renard

« Smoke, reverie of fire. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Suicide. We see nothing of the Tomb, of the horrors of death, but we have the infinite desire to mingle with the appealing sadness of things. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« To do theatre, the enthusiasm of the lie. »
Jules Renard

« As soon as an actor speaks, it stops to think. »
Jules Renard

« Point should spend more time talking about a play that the author has put in writing it. »
Jules Renard

« There are coins in three acts, of which the first two were made to give the public time to sit. »
Jules Renard

« At the theater, nobody gets nothing of what he wants, the actors, or the Decorator, the public, or ourselves. And it may end by enthusiasm. »
Jules Renard

« Succeed in the theater without the press, no friends, no enemies, without first or rehearsal, that's the dream. »
Jules Renard

« What is called a new situation at the theatre, it's an impossible situation. »
Jules Renard

« Good or bad, it is unclear the plays too well. »
Jules Renard

« And then, we not tire of repeating: Directors, actors, authors, it's a world of kind crazy. »
Jules Renard

« It's winter, the trees are made of wood. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The audience is universal suffrage in art. »
Jules Renard

« The brain that goes, could not hold him. It's like a dandelion wanted to catch up with his hair. »
Jules Renard

« Donkey. Become big rabbit. »
Jules Renard (Histoires naturelles)

« Hypocritical charity that gives six slot to have twenty francs of gratitude. »
Jules Renard

« The authors only accept praise, but they require do that tell the truth. How do I? »
Jules Renard (L'Oeil clair)

« He should be put to many to be a sage. »
Jules Renard

« The writer writes to be loved. It is read could never be. »
Jules Renard (Lettres choisies)

« The fear of death makes love work, which is life. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The father and mother must at the child. The child owes them nothing. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Add two letters to Paris: this is heaven. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Soon the horse will land on something as strange as the giraffe. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Between the dog and his master, there is only a flea jumping. »
Jules Renard (Histoires naturelles)

« I hate the emotion; It's too long, much longer than the joy and laughter. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I have only an irony of ruminant. I'm having fun to the memory of things. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Of almost all literature, we can say it is too long. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The theater is just a game that airs of life. »
Jules Renard

« To see if it is good, an actor look if its role is thick. »
Jules Renard

« He exuded honesty, but he was short of breath. »
Jules Renard

« All the plays have ended up creating a world apart from life, that is illusion to himself and eventually feel alive. »
Jules Renard

« A piece is never made, and when she is not defeated all the night of the premiere, it's already very nice of her. »
Jules Renard

« Divorce is a legal way for a woman to stay honest without his life with the same man. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The horror of the bourgeois is bourgeois. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Also I put money aside, but not of the right side. »
Jules Renard

« There are people who do spend a good evening at the theater if they can say: this is silly. »
Jules Renard

« There are people who willingly withdraw what they said, as it withdraws a sword from the womb of his opponent. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The nonsense that hears an array of Museum, but the horrors that maybe hear a corpse. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« His soul: an air bubble in a ball of flesh. »
Jules Renard

« Look at him, he's a faithful husband. Yes, but there is no sadder man on Earth. »
Jules Renard

« Proud to have noticed that, when a woman goes, immediately after she coughs. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A small human individual interests me more than the general human. »
Jules Renard

« The world belongs to those who get up early, until the time where others get up. »
Jules Renard

« Love of a Virgin is also boring and a new apartment. It seems that wipe the plaster. It is true that there is no need to fear germs sickly, soaked, another tenant. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The glory is the smoke without fire much talked. »
Jules Renard

« The hope is out by a bright sun and go home in the rain. »
Jules Renard

« The story is a story. »
Jules Renard

« Taste matures at the expense of the happiness. »
Jules Renard

« Blessed are those who are born perfect! Do, you can't ever. »
Jules Renard

« Please forgive their whims of talented actresses, because poor women without talent have the same. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« My joys, without getting good, cause harm to others. »
Jules Renard

« I push hard me of laziness. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 1897)

« Get well, first get there yourself, then, that others do not. »
Jules Renard

« The most amazing woman you'd ever met is just to leave. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« What makes pleasure to women, it's a low flattery on their intelligence. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Oh! Make his wedding trip alone! »
Jules Renard

« Fidelity for life, this is nothing; but die, appear before God without having cheated on his wife, how humiliating! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Criticism is easy and criticized in ease. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Farmers are like the flowers of the field: under the nose, smell nothing, or it smells bad. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Bigot: she sleeps with God on Sunday and cheating on him all week. »
Jules Renard

« When an actor is violent, the public can not resist: he admires, not confidence, but of fear. »
Jules Renard

« Tell a woman with two or three words she understands not, deep focus. They're re-routing her, worry him, make it anxious, forced to think and you bring it back conscious of their inferiority, helpless. Because the rest is child's play. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Do not tell the whole truth, but don't tell the truth. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Tolerate my intolerance. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1894 -1904)

« Leaving their truth about the well, prying spread water everywhere. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The truth is although we spent a few years without finding. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Man is born with his vices; It acquires its virtues. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The peasant is perhaps the only species of man who does not like the campaign and don't ever look at. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is especially in the theatre that everyone is responsible for his actions. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is harder to be an honest man eight days as a hero a quarter of an hour. »
Jules Renard

« When an actor is bad, the applause makes it worse. »
Jules Renard

« Many people don't lie, are not for this sincere but lazy. »
Jules Renard

« Our virtues, we owe to powerlessness where we are having defects. »
Jules Renard

« I know why I hate Sunday: it's because busy, people allow themselves to be nothing like me. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Time passes through the hole of the hour hand. »
Jules Renard

« The danger of the success is that it makes us forget the terrible injustice of the world. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There is in life as exceptional. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Diseases. The fittings of the death. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The free man is one who is not afraid to go to the end of his reason. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Those who spoke the best of death are dead. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Heaven is not on Earth, but there are pieces. There is a broken paradise on Earth? »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is unfortunate, he who does not enter the illusions of his time. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We want life to the theatre, and the theatre in life. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« To live every day with the same people, keep the attitude that it would be if you couldn't see that all three months with them. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A pedant is a man who digests bad intellectually. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Caution is the understatement of fear. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« With caution, we can do any kind of recklessness. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Caution is just a quality: do not make it a virtue. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If you want to please women, tell them what you wouldn't say to your. »
Jules Renard

« The scruple, a disease like laziness. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Life is short, but as it is long, from birth to death. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A bad style, it's an imperfect thought. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I do not laugh the joke that you do but I do. »
Jules Renard

« Writing is almost always lie. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There are people so boring that they make you lose a day in five minutes. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We don't like the defects of his friends, but held there. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« To live to write and not write for a living. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Friendship, a love bird which has the tail cut. »
Jules Renard

« I don't want anything from the past. I don't count on the future. The present is enough for me. I am a happy man because I gave up happiness. »
Jules Renard

« You can see your age to your teeth and your teeth have the golden age. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Do all the costs of the conversation, it is still the best way to not to see that others are idiots. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When there is no need to rely on anything, he takes on everything. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When we think about the grief of those whom we'd leave, is still a little less useless on Earth. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The bourgeois is the one who doesn't have my ideas. »
Jules Renard (L'écornifleur)

« For the clairvoyant eye, modesty is only a form, more visible, vanity. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The author of a book is one who does publish. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We don't not understand life at forty to twenty, but we know, and we admit it. That's youth. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It's so boring, mourning! At each point, we must remember we're sad. »
Jules Renard

« To be original, just to imitate the authors who are no longer in fashion. »
Jules Renard

« Medicine has a certain that the deceptive hopes that she gives us. »
Jules Renard

« The people: it makes him speeches, talk with him. »
Jules Renard

« Low souls rely only on the nobility of the others. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If I had talent you imitating me. If it imitated me, I'd become fashionable. If I was becoming fashionable, I would soon spend mode. So it is better that I had no talent. »
Jules Renard

« What does an upstart? A future arrival. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If money wound is not life-threatening, she never closes. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Don't be to itself not too harsh, and doesn't require other than perfection. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The Academy, the common of the immortals. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Happiness is looking for him. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A friend looks like a suit. He must leave until it's worn out. Without this, it's him who leaves us. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A neat brain never gets tired. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The money is not happiness, give it back! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The cat thinks not; Yet he looks as deep if he thought. »
Jules Renard

« What happens to all the tears that you do not pay? »
Jules Renard

« When I think to myself, it's that I can't think of anyone. »
Jules Renard

« Literature is a job where you are constantly start over the evidence that we have the talent to people who have none. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« His dirty laundry with family using the ashes of the ancestors for laundry. »
Jules Renard

« You will never say so many bad things about me that I would think of you if I was thinking about you. »
Jules Renard

« -I bring you my wishes. - thank you, I will try to do something. »
Jules Renard

« There is only time that does not lose its time. »
Jules Renard

« It is so Cuckold that, to make love to his wife, he disguises himself as a neighbour. »
Jules Renard

« I am passionate about the truth, and lies that it authorizes. »
Jules Renard

« They say a word it is deep when he is not spiritual. »
Jules Renard

« I hate the rhyme. Especially in prose. »
Jules Renard

« It should be that one could read my writing before read me: you would love me much better. »
Jules Renard

« You are here as at home, but don't forget that I'm home. »
Jules Renard

« The circumflex accent is the swallow of Scripture. »
Jules Renard

« The smile is the beginning of the grimace. »
Jules Renard

« Envy, the more invigorating and purest sense. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When the people suffered, when he wants to talk, it's the thick dust of stupidity that rises. It made him the speech, talk with him. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« His ideas are similar to tiles of windows, crammed in a basket of glazier, clear one, and dark all at once. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Dream great things, this will at least allow you to make all small. »
Jules Renard

« A father has two lives: his own and that of his son. »
Jules Renard

« We are never happier than when our jokes make laugh good. »
Jules Renard

« A smart, God, who opened the space without giving us wings. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« God, another one who believes he is immortal. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1910)

« I don't understand anything about life, but I'm not saying that it is impossible that God understands something. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1910)

« The truly free man is one who knows to refuse an invitation to dinner without giving an explanation. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We have so much trouble and merit to go to earn money. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Who has not seen God didn't. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If you know the life, give me his address. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When a man has proven that he has the talent, he has to prove that he knows how to use. »
Jules Renard

« German is the language in which I am silent preferably. »
Jules Renard

« He saw people he could, in order to spare himself the most minimal possible boredom of funerals. »
Jules Renard

« Suicide: ascend to Heaven by a hanging rope. »
Jules Renard

« I have more young age to die. »
Jules Renard

« He is proud that he would commit suicide to get interesting. »
Jules Renard

« Why would it be more difficult to die, i.e. from life to death, only to be born, that is, to pass from death to life? »
Jules Renard

« Old age comes suddenly, as snow. A morning on waking, one realizes that everything is white. »
Jules Renard

« The certainty of not being alone that console even in a cemetery. »
Jules Renard

« Two years ago I have not talked to my wife, it was for not to interrupt. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Horse: the only animal in which we can drive nails. »
Jules Renard

« When you want to kiss a frigid woman, looks to want to move away from the snow. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Here, said the miser: here's a schedule up, and make you all year! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« People have tried to kill herself and just rip their photography! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Feminism. Yes, I think it is appropriate, before that make a child a woman, ask her if she wants. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I am not sincere, and I'm not, even at the point where I say that I'm not. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Life is neither long nor short; She has lengths. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If you want to be sure to always do the right thing, do what you is unpleasant. »
Jules Renard

« The talent, it's a matter of quantity. talent, is not to write a page, it is write three hundred. »
Jules Renard

« People who are cremated imagine that, reduced to ashes, they escape God. »
Jules Renard

« You get used not fast to the death of others. As this will be long, when its time to get used to ours! »
Jules Renard

« To testify that his grief persists, she wants to remarry with somebody that doesn't look too alive. »
Jules Renard

« There is more than the fear of death, holding them to life. »
Jules Renard

« Death, it would be a dream if, from time to time, we could keep our eyes open. »
Jules Renard

« Life leads to everything, as long as you get out. »
Jules Renard

« I swim just enough to hold me to save others. »
Jules Renard

« Everybody can't be an orphan! »
Jules Renard

« It was so ugly that when he made faces, it was less. »
Jules Renard

« Posterity? Why people be smarter tomorrow than today ' today? »
Jules Renard

« We don't have too much self for self. »
Jules Renard

« Each letter of mourning that I get, I'm having to replace the name with mine. »
Jules Renard

« The height for a journalist is to be at the point of his death. »
Jules Renard

« Finally alone, without s. »
Jules Renard

« True courage is to be brave precisely when we're not. »
Jules Renard

« Hundred thousand souls, how can this do to men? »
Jules Renard

« If time never changed, half of men would have no topic of conversation. »
Jules Renard

« Mushrooms come out with their little umbrella too late. »
Jules Renard

« God succeeded quite nature, but he missed the man. »
Jules Renard

« Once my decision is taken, I hesitate long. »
Jules Renard

« That is what I would be bored if I had not been there. »
Jules Renard

« I love to read like a hen drink, frequently raising his head, to run. »
Jules Renard

« A beautiful verse has twelve feet and two wings. »
Jules Renard

« My words will make fortune: not me! »
Jules Renard

« Justice is free. Fortunately, it is not mandatory. »
Jules Renard

« The homeland, it's all the walks you can do walking around his village. »
Jules Renard

« The beauty of literature. I lose a cow. I write her death and I get what buy another cow. »
Jules Renard

« The prose must be one who does not go to the line. »
Jules Renard

« It's so old that it doesn't come out of his mouth than words that have historical air. »
Jules Renard

« Old age, that's when you start to say: "Never I don't felt too young". »
Jules Renard

« It is not necessary to despise the rich, just not to envy him. »
Jules Renard

« The Shepherd with his sheep looks like a church with his village. »
Jules Renard

« I've known happiness, but this isn't what made me happiest. »
Jules Renard

« An ugly woman who is in love is a fire engine that takes fire. »
Jules Renard

« A fool is someone who always has the word to laugh at him. »
Jules Renard

« The beauty of the nine, still, is to be clean. »
Jules Renard

« Traveler. Bah! Those who have been around the world can prolong their conversation a quarter of an hour. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« What admirable animal than the pig! It lacks to make himself his boudin. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is easier to not spend anything to spend little. »
Jules Renard

« A head cold hurt much more than an idea. »
Jules Renard

« It would be beautiful, honesty of a lawyer who would take his client's conviction. »
Jules Renard

« My hair is falling out. My lice have nothing to hold. »
Jules Renard

« Love kills intelligence. The brain does hourglass with heart. One fills to empty the other. »
Jules Renard

« There is the coward who look under his bed, and the fearful that dares to even look under his bed. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Links by well-directed dreams evening labor to work in the morning. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A scientist, this is a man who is almost certain. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« At work, the more difficult, it's lighting the lamp of the brain. After that, it burns alone. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If you want to laugh, you will find spiritual to me. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« She believes that age, it's money, and it saves on his age. »
Jules Renard

« A friend is one who can always tell when we need him. »
Jules Renard

« All parties we're missing are "beautiful". »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A peasant, is a tree trunk that moves. »
Jules Renard

« This is great proof of nobility that admiration friendship survive. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 25 Mai 1897)

« We're down here for a laugh. We can't in purgatory or hell. And in heaven, it would be inappropriate. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Scruples, vermin of the will. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The silence was so absolute that I thought I was deaf. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Butterfly, this folded soft post looking for an address of flower. »
Jules Renard

« Under the pretext that perfection is not of this world, don't keep carefully all your flaws. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The irony is an element of happiness. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« In our century of little faith, "probably" has the same meaning as 'maybe'. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Laziness is mortal, as soon as we in triumph, you can feel which is reborn. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Don't ask me to be good: don't ask me to act like I was. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Every morning on rising, we should say: Chic! I'm not dead! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Modesty can be a kind of pride that comes from the back staircase. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Modesty is always false modesty. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« To die is to turn off the world. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Legacy. Death takes us a parent, but she pays, and do us not much money to do is forgive. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When we believe that there will be a lot of people at a funeral, we go, and it ends up doing a lot of people. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We are so few able effort to understand others. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 11 juillet 1892)

« As the memory that leaves a death is higher than his life! There is not waste. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It is also useful to a people to fear the war than an individual, death. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Breath! He could never catch a living fly. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 12 octobre 1900)

« To punish us for our laziness, there is, in addition to our failure, the success of others. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« That is what this star? You read his name in a book, and you think you know her. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« People who want to follow rules amuse me, because there is in life as exceptional. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Must be discreet when it comes to happiness, and say it as if one confessed to a robbery. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 10 décembre 1906)

« I don't mind anywhere, because I think, bother, it's insult to oneself. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Being happy is to be envious. However, there is always someone who want us. It comes to know him. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 1er juillet 1906)

« A good word is better than a bad book. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 18 Janvier 1895)

« Read all the biographies of the great dead, and love life. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When I think of all the books I have read, I am sure to still be happy. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Life is what our character is to be. We shape her, like a snail shell. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Nothing lasts forever, not even recognition. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We must have the courage to prefer intelligent man to the very nice man. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There is only one way to be a little less selfish than the others: it is to confess his selfishness. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If the weather vane could talk, she'd say she runs the wind. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When I look at a woman's breast, I see double. »
Jules Renard

« Each of our readings leaves a seed that germinates. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1894 - 1904)

« If you are afraid to be alone, don't try to be right. »
Jules Renard

« Nothing makes a man more aware of its importance to receive a telegram more of ten lines. »
Jules Renard

« All religions are similar in the quest. »
Jules Renard

« The success of others bothers me but much less than if it was deserved. »
Jules Renard

« I flatter myself to always have the last word in my household, and this word is generally Yes. »
Jules Renard

« I've never had the chance to miss a train that happened an accident. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There are moments where everything succeeds. Do not be afraid. It goes. »
Jules Renard

« Silliness pushes without that watered. »
Jules Renard

« In his science well, there was no fresh water. »
Jules Renard

« Of course, there are good and bad times, but our mood changes more often than our fortune. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Free thinkers who convert make me the effect of these chaste men who despise the woman until they have stuck by the first old skin came. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« At the end of a long discussion, we came to conclude that at the bottom it is there nothing more individual than a general idea. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There moaning, but in cadence. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« True happiness would be to remember the present. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 9 octobre 1891)

« There are also complaining about his fate to others. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The modesty of the woman is a common wall. Won't, reckless, the degrading yourself, because it will crumble, in the long run will make breach, and neighbors will come at you. »
Jules Renard (L'Ecornifleur)

« I built of beautiful castles that ruins would suffice me. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« After the love we're a little less stupid. »
Jules Renard

« Bravo! We don't even say it in french. »
Jules Renard

« Charity: hypocrisy, which gives ten cents of attention to receive twenty francs of gratitude. »
Jules Renard

« I don't read anything for fear of finding good things. »
Jules Renard

« The squirrel. Panache! Panache! Yes, without doubt: but, my boy is not there it goes! »
Jules Renard (Histoires naturelles)

« Without the duel, we'd quietly fencing. »
Jules Renard

« As soon as we kiss us, it is good to predict right now where we will be slapped in the face. »
Jules Renard

« False modesty, it's better than no modesty at all. »
Jules Renard

« A mosquito can bite and rearing horse, but one remains an insect and the other is still a horse. »
Jules Renard

« It is convenient a funeral. We can have with people sulkily. They take it for sadness. »
Jules Renard

« It is easier to be generous to not regret it. »
Jules Renard

« The Minister of war gave his resignation. The war is removed. »
Jules Renard

« The man is like a temple. When the column is broken, it falls, and women no longer wear their devotions. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1887-1892)

« If being built the House of happiness, the largest piece would be the waiting room. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Happiness is looking for. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When others make me tired, it's that I get tired of myself. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We know better than it looks, and we keep blaming others flaws that we are sure to have. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A defect in the glass, and the Sparrow is an eagle on the roof. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The words are like a vault on underground thinking. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The death of others helps us to live. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Need big fat illusions: we have less trouble to feed them. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Life is short, but boredom lay him down. No life is short enough so that boredom finds its place. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A real selfish even accept the others to be happy, if they are because of him. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When you read the story of an "exemplary" life like that of Balzac, always happens to the account of the death. What good? »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The words must be that the garment on rigorous measure of thought. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Death is good: it frees us from the thought of death. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Contrary to what is said in the sermon on the mount, if you thirst for justice, you'll always have thirst. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The irony is the modesty of humanity. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If ever a woman makes me die, it will be laughing. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Say that we must die, find it us impossible to be point born! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We are not happy: our happiness is the silence of the misfortune. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There is the place in the Sun for everyone, especially when everyone wants to stay in the shade. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The talent is like money: it is not necessary to have to talk about. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Friendship: marriage of two beings who can not sleep together. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It deserves to be known. We're losing to be too well known. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The pain of a smart man more hurt to see than an idiot. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A woman's heart is a peach pit. We bite it on the mouth, and, suddenly, we broke the teeth. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Human stupidity. "Human" is too: there is that men are stupid. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Sometimes tell the truth, so that we believe you when you lie. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Take notes, it's on the scales of literature. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« "It is not what we want", we often said. It is "Is not what we can", we should say. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« He threw the natural, naturally did not return. »
Jules Renard (Mémoires)

« How many actors seem natural because they have no talent? »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I do not answer to have taste, but I have very course disgust. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Thinking is not enough: we must think of something. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Never be happy: all the art is here. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Lost time is never catches up. Then, continue to do nothing. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« No one is supposed to know the law... There are more than two hundred thousand laws! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We do never forgive that to those to whom we should forgive. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It's good to not look at the expense of its energy! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Wrinkles, serious smiles. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We're not asking Council to tell his troubles. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Labour think, laziness think. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I don't know many things: I want to know things that I like. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« In friendship, when one confided his secrets of money, something goes wrong. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Take that free man sometimes freedom to be a slave. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Snoring is sleep out loud. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If, instead of earning a lot of money to live, we strive to live with little money? »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Sulkiness: a strike of kids. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Look for the ridiculous in all, you'll find it. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The scientist generalizes, the artist individualizes. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Thinking is seek openings in a forest. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« God: that all the world knows, name. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A one-eyed man, it's a cripple who does that to a half. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Dream of great things: this will allow you to make at least of all small. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« People are amazing: they want we're interested in them! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The joy of having worked is wrong: it prevents to continue. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The comedian, he's a man in a good mood. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The dream is the luxury of thinking. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« To make a name, be known. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The "I don't know what" a woman, there is what counts. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« As soon as the eyebrows grow, marigolds come. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« God, who sees all, have fun! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When a man speaks that from what he knows, he looks always wiser than we. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Scruple. Light weight which is enough to make a difference. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« It's a question of cleanliness: change notice as of shirt. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Have you noticed that when a woman is told that she is pretty, she still thinks it's true? »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« There is only the rich who inherit a million. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The train, the car of the poor. It lacks to be able to go anywhere. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« The ideal of calm is in a sitting cat. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« More reading, less they imitate. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Comment twenty-five aphorisms by day and add to each other: "Everything's there." »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« As it would be better, without the fear of being fooled! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« There is no point to die, must die to point. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Each flower attracts his fly. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Misogynist, the first coming in that is love. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Any woman contains a mother-in-law. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The wife's always talking about his age and never tells. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Cuckold: strange thing that this word does not female! »
Jules Renard

« God made the man before the woman for him allow to place a few words! »
Jules Renard

« As soon as a truth exceeds five lines, it is fiction. »
Jules Renard

« The project is the draft of the future. Sometimes it takes the future of hundreds of drafts. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The dream is that life passionately dilated. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The sot who feels his mischief is already more so silly, but the lazy can know his laziness, to moan, and stay that way. »
Jules Renard (Journal - Juillet 1905)

« An intelligent man always manages to solve a theorem, not always succeed a poem. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Too fast, the car. So many beautiful landscapes where one does not stop! Let's regret everywhere. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Postillions: elements of language. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« It's the most loyal of all women: she cheated any of her lovers. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Monkey: a man who has failed. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« Free thinker. Thinker would suffice. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« When a man says: I'm happy, it means simply: I'm in trouble that do not reach me. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Kangaroo, chip giant. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Feminism, is not to count on Prince charming. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« If I had to start my life over, I would change anything; only I'd open a little bigger eyes. »
Jules Renard

« Clarity is the politeness of the man of letters. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We always despise those who are too easily in our opinion. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« At the bottom of any patriotism, there is war: that's why I'm point Patriot. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The defects of our dead fade, their qualities bloom, their virtues burst in the garden of our memory. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The profession of letters is even the only one which can be without ridiculous do not make any money. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I do not have a policy, it is as if you said I do not live. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Laziness: habit to rest before fatigue. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Be modest! It's the kind of pride that dislike the least. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The best health is not to feel his health. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The style is forgetfulness of all styles. »
Jules Renard (Journal - 7 Avril 1891)

« Don't wake up the grief that sleeps! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Put water in his wine until the wine to arrive. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« We can't cry and think, because every thought absorbs a tear. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Fear of boredom is the only excuse of work. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A moderate, he's a man that deals moderately with the interests of others. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« Men are born equal, the next day, they aren't anymore. »
Jules Renard (Journal 1905 - 1910)

« The woman is a Reed spending. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« His praise is placed as we put money, so that they are made with interest. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Call the woman a beautiful animal without fur whose skin is highly sought after. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Unfortunately, there is no cure of woman against the bad. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« I finally know what distinguishes man from beast: these are money problems! »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The bourgeois are others. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« The absent are always wrong to come back. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« He has no friends, there is only moments of friendship. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« A man of character is not of good character. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Happiness, it is to be happy; This is not to convince others that we are. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Writing is a way to talk without being interrupted. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« When one commits an indiscretion, is believed left by recommending to the person to be more discreet than you don't has been yourself. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

« Listening only to his courage that he said nothing, he was careful to intervene. »
Jules Renard (Journal)

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