Victor Hugo

Victor
Hugo
1802
1885

French Author, Poet, Novelist and Dramatist, one of the best-known French Romantic Writers

Author Quotes

It is nothing to die; it is frightful not to live.

Loving is half of believing.

Man lives by affirmation even more than he does by bread.

People do not lack strength; they lack will.

Revolution is the larva of civilization.

Short as life is, we make it still shorter by the careless waste of time.

The greatest happiness in life is the conviction that we are loved, loved for ourselves, or rather loved in spite of ourselves.

The misery of a child is interesting to a mother, the misery of a young man is interesting to a young woman, the misery of an old man is interesting to nobody.

There is always more misery among the lower classes than there is humanity in the higher.

Author Picture
First Name
Victor
Last Name
Hugo
Birth Date
1802
Death Date
1885
Bio

French Author, Poet, Novelist and Dramatist, one of the best-known French Romantic Writers