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#14474
« What admirable invention of the devil than social relationships! »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 22 Juillet 1852)


#14475
« And we burst by the joke, by ignorance, by the effrontery, by contempt of greatness, by the love of banality, and the idiot chatter. »
Gustave Flaubert (George Sand - 26 Septembre 1874)


#14476
« The design of heaven is inside more infernal than hell. The assumption of perfect Bliss is more desperate than a torment tirelessly, since we are destined to never reach. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 21 Mai 1853)


#14477
« Ask oranges trees is a common disease. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 24 Avril 1852)


#14478
« You write very crazy things by having a very quiet life. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14479
« The acquisitiveness encompasses the tact of thieves and the eagerness of traders. »
Gustave Flaubert (Bouvard et Pécuchet)


#14480
« If we knew how our body is done, we would not dare to make a move. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14481
« To make something interesting, just watch it for a long time. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14482
« Poetry is a free plant; She believes there where we do not sow. The poet is not anything other than the patient botanist who climbed the mountains to pick them. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14483
« Neighbors: Try to make by services without cost. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14484
« Clown: Has been dislocated from childhood »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14485
« Book. Whatever it is, still too long. Flaubert. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14486
« Irreverence is parallel to the spirit of criticism, the ruse to circumspection. »
Gustave Flaubert (Bouvard et Pécuchet)


#14487
« Art is not a lie. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance, 1847 - 1852)


#14488
« We run everything by pride. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 23 Mai 1852)


#14489
« See the farce is the only way to not see them in black. Laugh not cry. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 22 Juillet 1852)


#14490
« It has no meaning to a superior to that in a sense. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Alfred Le Poittevin - Juillet 1845)


#14491
« It's something, laugh: it is mixed disdain and understanding, and indeed the highest way of seeing life. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 2 Mars 1854)


#14492
« Everything is perhaps a huge joke, I'm afraid, and when we get across the page, we will be perhaps very surprised to learn that the word of the rebus was so simple. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 3 Novembre 1851)


#14493
« Critical excess begets the unintelligence. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louis Bouilhet - 23 Mai 1855)


#14494
« Madness for madness, take the most noble. »
Gustave Flaubert (Elisa Schlesinger - 14 Janvier 1857)


#14495
« Life is something so hideous that the only way to support, is to avoid it. »
Gustave Flaubert (Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie - 18 Mai 1857)


#14496
« We want a solution. Oh! human pride. A solution! The goal, the cause! But we would be God, if we were the cause. »
Gustave Flaubert (Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie - 6 Juin 1857)


#14497
« The passion for perfection makes you hate even that approach. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 17 Septembre 1846)


#14498
« Nothing makes better spend the life than the constant concern of an idea than an ideal. »
Gustave Flaubert (Elisa Schlesinger - 14 Janvier 1857)


#14499
« There are good paths without traveler. There are still more travellers who do not have their trail. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 30 Janvier 1847)


#14500
« Stomachs who find their assouvissance in human ratatouille are not wide. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 1er Juin 1853)


#14501
« The truth is not made for comfort like a bread and jams we give to the children crying. Must search for it, that's all, and away from itself this is not it. »
Gustave Flaubert (Edma Roger des Genette - 1860)


#14502
« Yet it takes that criticism is always mingled with praise, the snake to the flowers, the thorn of roses and the pox ass. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14503
« Ah! What necropolis as the human heart! Why go to the cemeteries? Let's open our memories of tombs. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14504
« The contemplation of certain pleasures disgusts happiness: what pride! It's when you're young, especially since the sight of the vulgar Felicities gives you nausea of life. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14505
« Black coat: admittedly, frac, except in the proverb "the coat does not have the monk", in which case, it must say pants! »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14506
« The future plagues us, the past is holding us back, that's why the present eludes us. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14507
« Earlier in the art, it is to laugh, to cry or to get horny or furious, but to act like nature, which is to make people dream. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14508
« Summer is a season which lends to the comic. What for? I don't know. But this is. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14509
« Midnight: Limit of happiness and the honest pleasures; all that's beyond is immoral. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14510
« The people is a minor Lord. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14511
« Don't believe the hands without more robust than other gloves. »
Gustave Flaubert (Par les champs et par les grèves)


#14512
« Happiness is a myth invented by the devil to despair. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14513
« As the object of our wishes approaches, the pleasure that you had interview in their performance decreases. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14514
« When you have something in your stomach you don't die before having a baby. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14515
« The genital organ is the background of human tenderness. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14516
« I called bourgeois anyone who thinks meanly. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14517
« Ministers appoint: treatment, notaries: fees, doctors: fees, employees: salary, workers: wages, the servants: Hitman. The money is not happiness. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14518
« There are men not having for mission among others to serve as intermediaries; We cross them as bridges, and you go further. »
Gustave Flaubert (L'éducation sentimentale)


#14519
« The success belongs to the apathetic. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14520
« An infinity of passions can hold in a minute. »
Gustave Flaubert (Madame Bovary)


#14521
« God is a kind of familiar to the ecclesiastical sneeze. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14522
« Reading moves me more than a real misfortune. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14523
« The masterpieces are like large animals. They have the quiet mine. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14524
« Each notary carries in itself the debris of a poet. »
Gustave Flaubert (Madame Bovary)


#14525
« The honors are a disgrace; The title deteriorating; The function what's wrong with. »
Gustave Flaubert (Guy de Maupassant - 15 Janvier 1879)


#14526
« The window, in the province, replaces the theatre and walks. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14527
« The job of the actors is an outlet where is pours their folly. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14528
« The frontispiece of all theatres, should write: here is not the man of letters. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14529
« After not living with those we love, the greatest punishment is to live with those you don't like. That is, with over three quarters of the human race. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - Novembre 1847)


#14530
« Happiness: have you considered how this horrible word has been written with tears? Without this word, we'd sleep more quiet and we could live at ease. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Alfred Le Poitevin)


#14531
« Hatred of the bourgeois is the beginning of virtue. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14532
« You're complaining ass women that is monotonous. There is a simple remedy, it is not using. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Guy de Maupassant)


#14533
« A grief take another, you can't feel his frostbite when it hurts my teeth. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14534
« The courtesan is a myth. Never a woman invented a debauchery. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14535
« Happiness is not to seek happiness, but to avoid boredom. It's doable with stubbornness. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet - 31 Août 1846)


#14536
« I think the success with women generally is a brand of mediocrity, and it's this one yet that we are all jealous and that Crown other. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14537
« The woman is a product of the man. God created the female, and the man made the woman; It is the result of civilization, a dummy work. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14538
« Beware of sadness, it is a flaw. »
Gustave Flaubert (Guy de Maupassant)


#14539
« The success is a consequence and not a goal. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14540
« A soul is measured by the size of his desire, as judged in advance of the cathedrals at the height of their steeples. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 21 Mai 1853)


#14541
« O Molière was right to compare a woman to a soup... Many people want to eat, they will burn the mouth, and others come after. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14542
« The erections of thought are like those of the body: they do not come at will. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14543
« The idiot differs less than the ordinary man it is different from the man of genius. »
Gustave Flaubert (Carnets)


#14544
« The excess is proof of ideality: go beyond the need. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14545
« As long as you can prove, you're lying. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet)


#14546
« It is well worth not being entirely of imbeciles to live like crazy! »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet - 27 Février 1847)


#14547
« You can not write when we value more. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14548
« Académie française: denigrate but try to party, if you can. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14549
« Mathematics: dry the heart. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14550
« Superstition is the religion, the only true, one that survives in all others. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 13 Juin 1852)


#14551
« Latin: is only useful to read the inscriptions of public fountains. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14552
« Wealth: takes the place of everything, and even consideration. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14553
« He must regret, because is - not recognize that there is something good in the world? »
Gustave Flaubert (Louis Bouilhet - 15 Juillet 1853)


#14554
« But you should never think of happiness; This attracts the devil, because it was he who invented the idea to enrage the human race. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre à Louise Colet - 21 Mai 1853)


#14555
« Which is still growing greatness, - that's the outrage? »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 21 Mai 1853)


#14556
« Money: cause of all the trouble. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14557
« Mosquito: more dangerous than any beast. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14558
« Nothing is serious in this world that laughter. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 9 Octobre 1852)


#14559
« What makes the beautiful figures of antiquity, is that they were original. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 8 Mai 1852)


#14560
« I think I understood a thing, a great thing, is that happiness for the people of our race is in the idea and not elsewhere. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14561
« The tears are for the heart what water is to fish. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14562
« Philosophy: we still need to sneer. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14563
« Literature: occupation of the idlers. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14564
« Homework: the others toward you, but as there is no other. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14565
« Orchestra: image of the company. Everyone does his part and there is a chef. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14566
« Innovation: always dangerous. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14567
« The irony does not detract from the pathetic. She also it instead. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 9 Octobre 1852)


#14568
« Illusions: affect of having many. To complain about what we lost them. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14569
« Religion: is necessary for the people. However not too does. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14570
« Police: is always wrong. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14571
« All the talent to write is after all in the choice of words. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre - 22 Juillet 1852)


#14572
« There are defeats than we are alone, in front of his mirror, in his consciousness. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 22 Avril 1853)


#14573
« Fools: those who do not think like you. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14574
« Priests: have sex with their good, and have children they call their nephews. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14575
« Chestnut: female Brown. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14576
« Egg: starting point for a philosophical essay on the Genesis beings. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14577
« It takes a little common vanity for we to not notice that you have. »
Gustave Flaubert (Carnets)


#14578
« We do not choose his topic. That's what the public and the critics do not understand. the secret of masterpieces is here, in the concordance of the subject and the temperament of the author. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14579
« Dog. Specially created to save the lives of his master. The friend of the man because he is her devoted slave. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14580
« Life should be a continuous education; Learn everything from talking until I die! »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14581
« Engineering: admire it's a neurosis. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14582
« Poet: synonymous with dreamer and simpleton. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14583
« Deicide: indignant against, although crime is not common. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14584
« Optimist: the equivalent of fool. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14585
« Baldness: still early - and caused by excesses of youth or the design of great thoughts. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14586
« Smell (of foot): sign of health. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14587
« Lawyers: have distorted judgment by advocating for and against. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14588
« Nervous: was whenever we don't understand a disease. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14589
« Antiques: are always modern manufacturing. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14590
« Degree: sign of science. Doesn't prove anything. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14591
« Metaphysics: gives the upper air. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14592
« The genius, it is God who gives, but the talent is watching us. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14593
« There is nothing humiliating like to see fools succeed in companies where one fails. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14594
« The immorality of the soul was invented by the fear of death or regret to the dead. »
Gustave Flaubert (Carnets)


#14595
« Art is the useless research; It is in the speculation what heroism is in morality. »
Gustave Flaubert (Carnets)


#14596
« Debauchery. Cause of all diseases of singles. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14597
« Selfishness. Complain about the others, and not to see his. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14598
« Suburbs. Terrible in revolutions. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14599
« The difficult literature, it is to know what not to say. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14600
« Free trade. Cause of the sufferings of the trade. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14601
« More an idea is beautiful, more the sentence is sound. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14602
« The word never fails when you have the idea. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14603
« The press is a numbing school because it provides to think. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14604
« The form is the flesh of thought, as thought is the soul of life. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14605
« The style is as much under the words that, in the words. It's as much the soul than the flesh of a work. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14606
« Passion is a mill which always extends the feelings. »
Gustave Flaubert (Madame Bovary)


#14607
« Hostilities are like oysters, you open them. "The hostilities are open." It seems that there are more than to sit down to dinner. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14608
« Sick. To cheer a sick person, laugh of his affection and deny his sufferings. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14609
« Exception. Say it confirms the rule. You won't explain how. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14610
« Compass. We see just when it was in the eye. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14611
« Make me faces in the back as much as you want; Hell contemplate you. »
Gustave Flaubert (Louise Colet - 28 Juin 1853)


#14612
« Early. The being, evidence of character. If one goes to bed at 4 o'clock in the morning and we get up at 8, we're lazy, but if one goes to bed at 9 o'clock in the evening to get out the next day at 5, we're active. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14613
« Breath - Have strong gives the look distinguished. Avoid hints on flies and say that it comes from the stomach. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14614
« The business is paramount. Are there more important in life. It's all there. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14615
« In adolescence, we like women because they look more or less like the first; later, we love them because they are different between them. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14616
« If the face is the mirror of the soul, then there are people who have very ugly soul. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14617
« The superfluous is the first needs. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14618
« Women compete too many men in general and not enough in particular. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14619
« What is this bad taste? It is invariably the taste of the period that preceded us. Not are all children their ridiculous father? »
Gustave Flaubert


#14620
« Human speech is like a cracked cauldron where we are fighting melodies to dancing bears, when we want to soften the stars. »
Gustave Flaubert (Madame Bovary)


#14621
« One can judge the beauty of a book, the force of punches he gave you and the length of time taken to back then. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14622
« The dream of democracy is to raise the proletarian to the level of stupidity of the bourgeois. The dream is partly fulfilled. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14623
« Death has perhaps no more secrets to reveal to us that life? »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14624
« To be stupid, selfish, and have good health, that's the three conditions to be happy. But if Miss you the first, all is lost. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14625
« The vice is always punished. Virtue also. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14626
« The women of each make the happiness of others. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14627
« At a certain age, the two arms of a chair you attract more than two arms of a woman. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14628
« The deepest way to feel something is to suffer. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14629
« The dress of a Harlequin is more varied in its nuances than is the human mind in its Follies. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14630
« Intellectual selfishness is perhaps the heroism of the thought. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14631
« He must put his heart in art, his mind in the trade of the world, his body where he is well, his scholarship in his pocket and his hope anywhere. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14632
« We make criticism when you can not make art, and we start bug when you can not be a soldier. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14633
« Evidence. You blind when it is not obvious. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14634
« Not being able to dispense with Paris, brand of stupidity. no longer loving sign of decadence. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14635
« The memory is overturned hope. We look at the bottom of the well as we looked at the top of the tower. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14636
« Secret funds. -Incalculable sums with which Ministers buy consciences. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14637
« The hearts of women are like this little secret, full of nested drawers furniture each other. »
Gustave Flaubert (L'Education sentimentale)


#14638
« There, if one wants to live, give up to have a good idea what it is. Humanity is thus, it is not to change it, but to know. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14639
« Life is an eternal problem, and the story too, and all. It adds the numbers constantly adding. A wheel that rotates, how can you count the rays? »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14640
« Erection - Thinks that speaking monuments. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14641
« Macadam - Deleted revolutions: no way to the barricades. However, is very inconvenient. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14642
« Love, after all, is just a higher curiosity, an appetite for the unknown that pushes you in the storm, open chest and head forward. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14643
« Our soul is a wild beast; always hungry, take it up to the mouth so that it does not flow upon us! Nothing soothes more than a long job. »
Gustave Flaubert (Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie - 1er Mars 1858)


#14644
« To write for themselves, first and foremost, it's the only chance to make beautiful. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14645
« The breed of gladiators died, every artist is a. He amuses the public with its agonies. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14646
« When the people will believe in the Immaculate Conception, he'll believe in the turntables. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14647
« Do not touch the idols: the gilding left hands. »
Gustave Flaubert (Madame Bovary)


#14648
« All the flags were so soiled blood and shit, it's time to do and more, at all. »
Gustave Flaubert (George Sand - 5 Juillet 1869)


#14649
« Legality - The legality is killing us. With no Government is possible. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14650
« Passions wither when we exotic them. »
Gustave Flaubert (L'éducation sentimentale)


#14651
« Scaffold - Settle when you go up there for a few eloquent words before he died. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14652
« We meet only in colliding and each carrying in his hands torn entrails accuses the other who picks up his own. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14653
« The finger of God sticks around. »
Gustave Flaubert (Dictionnaire des idées reçues)


#14654
« The author in his work must be like God in the universe, present everywhere and visible nowhere. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre)


#14655
« The best of life goes on to say it is too early, then it's too late. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre)


#14656
« The only way to heal is to consider themselves as cured. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre)


#14657
« To have the talent, we must be convinced that you have. »
Gustave Flaubert (Lettre)


#14658
« Nothing gave me more an absolute contempt to consider at what price you get success. »
Gustave Flaubert (Correspondance)


#14659
« We live very well without knowing oneself, let alone without being known to each other. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14660
« Ah! Hunger! Hunger! That Word, or rather this thing here, did the revolutions; It will make many others! »
Gustave Flaubert (Agonies)


#14661
« The weak places in a book have to be better written than others. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14662
« The idea was born of the form. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14663
« The most beautiful works are those where there is the least amount of material. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14664
« We do nothing great without fanaticism. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14665
« The future is what there are worse in the present. »
Gustave Flaubert


#14666
« The height of arrogance, it is to despise yourself. »
Gustave Flaubert


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