Cite Quotes

“In quoting others, we cite...

“In quoting others, we cite ourselves.” ― Julio Cortázar, Around the Day in Eighty Worlds
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“History is a set of agreed-upon lies.” —...

“History is a set of agreed-upon lies.” — Bernard Fontenelle (c.1740); cited by Napoleon Bonaparte (c.1820) and John Avery (2017)
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“In quoting others, we cite...

“In quoting others, we cite ourselves.” ― Julio Cortázar, Around the Day in Eighty Worlds
📅︎ Oct 24
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“Caesar was right to cite his good fortune and to appear to believe in...

“Caesar was right to cite his good fortune and to appear to believe in it. That is a means of acting on the imagination of others without offending anyone’s self-love.” – Napoleon Bonaparte, writing in ‘Caesar’s Wars’
📅︎ Mar 21
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"I've found that those who most often ci...

"I've found that those who most often cite 'human nature' are often those who least comprehend human nature." ~ George Gnarlin'
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"Try and say something profound and anyone a da...

"Try and say something profound and anyone a day older or 40 years older will call you delusional and cite experience as their back up." - Anonymous
📅︎ Jun 21
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