Heinrich Heine

1797 - 1856

A Quote by Heinrich Heine on heinrich heine--german-jewish poet 1820

For this was but a prelude; for when books are burnt, human beings will be burnt in the end.

Heinrich Heine
German- Jewish Poet 1820

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

Source: Heinrich Heine--German-Jewish Poet 1820

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine

Where they have burned books, they will end in burning human beings.

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on criticism and praise

He only profits from praise who values criticism.

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on enemies and forgiveness

One should forgive one's enemies, but not before they are hanged.

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on feeling

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Perfumes are the feelings of flowers.

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on action, men, and thought

Mark this well, ye proud men of action! Ye are, after all, nothing but unconscious instruments of the men of thought.

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on ability, belief, genius, mind, soul, and thought

Genius: 1. to believe your own thought. To believe that what is true for you is ultimately true. 2. a sledgehammer. 3. the fruit of labour and thought. 4. soul. 5. the ability to put into effect what is in your mind. 6. something one can become.

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on art, church, nobility, understanding, and weather

The weather-cock on the church spire, though made of iron, would soon be broken by the storm-wind if it... did not understand the noble art of turning to every wind.

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on people and world

There are more fools in the world than there are people.

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A Quote by Heinrich Heine on books

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Wherever they burn books they will also, in the end, burn human beings.

Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856)

Source: Almansor: A Tragedy, 1823

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