Madame Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee

Madame
Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee
1747
1830

French Actress

Author Quotes

Alas, could experience be bought for gold!

Perseverance and audacity generally win.

Amiable people, while they are more liable to imposition in casual contact with the world, yet radiate so much of mental sunshine that they are reflected in all appreciative hearts.

Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fancy.

Audacity as against modesty will win the battle over most men.

Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy.

Conceited people are never without a certain degree of harmless satisfaction wherewith to flavor the waters of life.

Steel assassinates; the passions kill.

If ever I am an instructress, it will be to learn more than to teach.

It is easier to forgive an enemy than a friend.

Employment and ennui are simply incompatible.

Heartlessness and fascination, in about equal quantities, constitute the receipt for forming the character of coquette.

One crime is everything; two nothing.

Some people regret that they have poor memories. Alas! it is much more difficult to forget.

The wrinkles of the heart are more indelible than those of the brow.

There are sins of omission as well as those of commission.

There is a vein of inconsistency in every woman’s heart, within whose portals love hath entered.

There is but one book for genius - nature.

We believe at once in evil; we only believe in good upon reflection. Is not this sad?

Author Picture
First Name
Madame
Last Name
Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee
Birth Date
1747
Death Date
1830
Bio

French Actress