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Honore de Balzac
(1799-1850) born on
May 20
French author. He developed the realistic novel describing French society in "Comedie Humaine," 1841.
If those who are the enemies of innocent amusements had the direction of the world, they would take away the spring, and youth, the former from the year, the latter from human life.

Modesty is the conscience of the body.
Journalism is a giant catapult set in motion by pygmy hatreds.
It is easier to be a lover than a husband, for the same reason that it is more difficult to show a ready wit all day long than to produce an occasional bon mot.
I should like one of these days to be so well known, so popular, so celebrated, so famous, that it would permit me . . . to break wind in society, and society would think it a most natural thing.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
A: Droll Stories, 1837
N: Attributed.
K: Attributed.

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