Jean Baptiste Moliere

1622 - 1673

A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on good, heaven, and prose

Good Heavens! For more than forty years I have been speaking prose without knowing it.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, 1670, act II, sc. iv

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére

My Lord Jupiter knows how to sugarcoat the pill.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Amphitryon 1666, act I, sc. x

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on art

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He's a wonderful talker, who has the art of telling you nothing in a great harangue.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Le Misanthrope, 1666, act II, sc. v

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on trouble

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I always make the first verse well, but I have trouble making the others.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Les Précieuses Ridicules, 1659, act I, sc. xi

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on revenge and women

A woman always has her revenge ready.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Tartuffe, 11664, act II, sc. ii

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on intention

The road is long from the intention to the completion.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on friendship, love, and purity

The more we love our friends, the less we flatter them; it is by excusing nothing that pure love shows itself.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Le Misanthrope, 1666, act II, sc. v

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on love

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It is a wonderful seasoning of all enjoyments to think of those we love.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Le Misanthrope, 1666, act I, sc. iv

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on control

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Grammar, which knows how to control even kings.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Les Femmes Savantes, 1672, act II, sc. vi

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A Quote by Jean Baptiste Moliére on cooking, merit, and world

He makes his cook his merit, and the world visits his dinners and not him.

Jean Baptiste Moliere (1622 - 1673)

Source: Le Misanthrope, 1666, act II, sc. v

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