Henry de Montherlant

Henry de Montherlant

was a French essayist, novelist and one of the leading French dramatists of the twentieth century
Happiness writes in white ink on a white page.More Henry de Montherlant quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
Throughout history the world has been laid waste to ensure the triumph of conceptions that are now as dead as the men that died for themMore Henry de Montherlant quotes [10/15/2011 02:10:06]
One puts into one's art what one has not been capable of putting into one's existence. It is because he was unhappy that God created the world.More Henry de Montherlant quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
Great ideas are not charitableMore Henry de Montherlant quotes [10/15/2011 02:10:53]
There is only one way to be prepared for death: to be sated. In the soul, in the heart, in the spirit, in the flesh. To the brim.More Henry de Montherlant quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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