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- Quotations From Georg Ebers - 10/14 -


Cunning which is often a characteristic of narrow minds Pride in charms which we do not possess (vanity)

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Georg Ebers, v5 [GE#126][g126v10.txt]5565

Catholic, but his stomach desired to be Protestant (Erasmus)

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Georg Ebers, v6 [GE#127][g127v10.txt]5566

Attain a lofty height from which to look down upon others

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Georg Ebers, v7 [GE#128][g128v10.txt]5567

Whoever will not hear, must feel

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Georg Ebers, v9 [GE#130][g130v10.txt]5569

Before learning to obey, he was permitted to command Grief is grief, and this new sorrow does not change the old one To the child death is only slumber

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Georg Ebers, v10[GE#131][g131v10.txt]5570

The greatness he had gained he overlooked Who does not struggle ward, falls back

BARBARA BLOMBERG, by Ebers, Complete [GE#132][g132v10.txt]5571

A live dog is better than a dead king Always more good things in a poor family which was once rich Attain a lofty height from which to look down upon others Before learning to obey, he was permitted to command Catholic, but his stomach desired to be Protestant (Erasmus) Dread which the ancients had of the envy of the gods Grief is grief, and this new sorrow does not change the old one Harder it is to win a thing the higher its value becomes No happiness will thrive on bread and water Shuns the downward glance of compassion That tears were the best portion of all human life The blessing of those who are more than they seem The greatness he had gained he overlooked To the child death is only slumber Who does not struggle ward, falls back Whoever will not hear, must feel

A WORD ONLY A WORD, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#133][g133v10.txt]5572

He was steadfast in everything, even anger

A WORD ONLY A WORD, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#134][g134v10.txt]5573

No one we learn to hate more easily, than the benefactor Once laughed at a misfortune, its sting loses its point To expect gratitude is folly Whoever condemns, feels himself superior

A WORD ONLY A WORD, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#135][g135v10.txt]5574

Among fools one must be a fool

A WORD ONLY A WORD, by Ebers, Complete [GE#138][g138v10.txt]5577

Among fools one must be a fool He was steadfast in everything, even anger No one we learn to hate more easily, than the benefactor Once laughed at a misfortune, its sting loses its point To expect gratitude is folly Whoever condemns, feels himself superior

BURGOMASTER'S WIFE, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#139][g139v10.txt]5578

A blustering word often does good service Held in too slight esteem to be able to offer an affront The shirt is closer than the coat Those two little words 'wish' and 'ought' Wet inside, he can bear a great deal of moisture without

BURGOMASTER'S WIFE, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#140][g140v10.txt]5579

Art ceases when ugliness begins Debts, but all anxiety concerning them is left to the creditors Despair and extravagant gayety ruled her nature by turns Repos ailleurs The best enjoyment in creating is had in anticipation To whom the emotion of sorrow affords a mournful pleasure

BURGOMASTER'S WIFE, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#141][g141v10.txt]5580

Hat is the sign of liberty, and the free man keeps his hat on Must take care not to poison the fishes with it

BURGOMASTER'S WIFE, by Georg Ebers, v4 [GE#142][g142v10.txt]5581

Drinking is also an art, and the Germans are masters of it Here the new custom of tobacco-smoking was practised Standing still is retrograding To whom fortune gives once, it gives by bushels Youth calls 'much,' what seems to older people 'little'

BURGOMASTER'S WIFE, by Ebers, Complete [GE#144][g144v10.txt]5583

A blustering word often does good service Art ceases when ugliness begins Debts, but all anxiety concerning them is left to the creditors Despair and extravagant gayety ruled her nature by turns Drinking is also an art, and the Germans are masters of it Hat is the sign of liberty, and the free man keeps his hat on Held in too slight esteem to be able to offer an affront Here the new custom of tobacco-smoking was practised Must take care not to poison the fishes with it Repos ailleurs Standing still is retrograding The shirt is closer than the coat The best enjoyment in creating is had in anticipation Those two little words 'wish' and 'ought' To whom fortune gives once, it gives by bushels To whom the emotion of sorrow affords a mournful pleasure Wet inside, he can bear a great deal of moisture without Youth calls 'much,' what seems to older people 'little'

IN THE BLUE PIKE, by Georg Ebers, v1 [GE#145][g145v10.txt]5584

Arrogant wave of the hand, and in an instructive tone Honest anger affords a certain degree of enjoyment Ovid, 'We praise the ancients' Pays better to provide for people's bodies than for their brains Who gives great gifts, expects great gifts again Who watches for his neighbour's faults has a hundred sharp eyes

IN THE BLUE PIKE, by Georg Ebers, v2 [GE#146][g146v10.txt]5585

Buy indugence for sins to be committed in the future Mirrors were not allowed in the convent

IN THE BLUE PIKE, by Georg Ebers, v3 [GE#147][g147v10.txt]5586

Repeated the exclamation: "Too late!" and again, "Too late!

IN THE BLUE PIKE, by Ebers, Complete [GE#148][g148v10.txt]5587

Arrogant wave of the hand, and in an instructive tone Buy indugence for sins to be committed in the future


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