John Lyly

1554 - 1606

A Quote by John Lyly on world

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It is a world to see.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues, 1579 (Arber's reprint), Page 116.

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A Quote by John Lyly on guests

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After three days, fish and guests stink.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

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A Quote by John Lyly on understanding

I thank you for nothing, because I understand nothing.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

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A Quote by John Lyly

Many strokes overthrow the tallest oaks.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues, 1579, Page 81.

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A Quote by John Lyly

The soft droppes of rain perce the hard marble.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues, 1579, Page 81.

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A Quote by John Lyly

A Rose is sweeter in the budde than full blowne.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues and his England, page 314.

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A Quote by John Lyly

Your eyes are so sharpe that you cannot onely looke through a Milstone, but cleane through the minde.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues and his England, page 289.

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A Quote by John Lyly

There can no great smoke arise, but there must be some fire.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues and his Euphbus, page 153.

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A Quote by John Lyly on water

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Where the streame runneth smoothest, the water is deepest.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

Source: Euphues and his England, page 287.

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A Quote by John Lyly

Instruments sound sweetest when they are touched softest.

John Lyly (1554 - 1606)

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