John Galsworthy

John Galsworthy

English novelist, playwright and poet, Nobel Prize for Literature, 1932
And he continued to stare at her, afflicted by the thought that where Beauty was, nothing ever ran quite straight, which, no doubt, was why so many people looked on it as immoral. John Galsworthy quotes

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Author Unknown Democracy is like an ax: in the hands of a carpenter it is a tool for building a house, but in the hands of a savage or mentally ill person it is a murder weapon. [09/07/2022 02:09:17] More


Author Unknown People simplify the past and complicate the present. [09/04/2022 01:09:41] More


Author Unknown Sometimes, to hear the voice of reason, it is enough to turn off the TV. [09/09/2022 06:09:30] More


Vladimir Butkov I'll go to the Milky Way, milk the Big Dipper... [09/06/2022 11:09:08] More


Alexey Suslov Just like all women are not the same, so is your wife in the whole universe only one. [09/23/2022 05:09:11] More