Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

English writer, novelist and essayist
The aphorism "Whatever is, is right," would be as final as it is lazy, did it not include the troublesome consequence that nothing that ever was, was wrong. /aphorism/ Charles Dickens quotes

Quotes of the month

Arina Averina Sport is a force that either breaks a person or elevates him to heaven. [06/28/2020 04:06:34] More


Georg Ots I will be happy if at least one person, listening to my songs, feels the need to do something useful and kind to people. [07/09/2020 04:07:33] More


Valeriy Brumel Luck is the sister of progress. [06/17/2020 06:06:30] More


Mark Devolt "Fanatics are always dangerous because they claim to have a separate opinion of their own." [06/25/2020 05:06:37] More


Nadezhda Lamanova ... Create such forms of costume that combine the artistic sense of form characteristic of our era with the purely practical features of our days ... [07/09/2020 05:07:58] More