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George Meredith

Data de nascimento: 12. Fevereiro 1828
Data de falecimento: 18. Maio 1909

George Meredith , foi poeta e escritor inglês.


„A ação tanto é a vida da alma como do corpo.“

„A acção tanto é a vida da alma como do corpo.“


„O gênio faz o que é preciso e o talento faz o que pode.“

„No amor não há desastre maior do que a morte da imaginação.“

„Uma mulher espirituosa é um tesouro; uma beleza espirituosa é um poder.“

„A witty woman is a treasure; a witty beauty is a power.“ Diana of the Crossways

„I expect that Woman will be the last thing civilized by Man.“ The Ordeal of Richard Feverel

„Kissing don't last: cookery do!“


„Cynicism is intellectual dandyism.“ The Egoist

„We never know what’s in us till we stand by ourselves” (George Meredith, ORF)“

„just got back from a beautiful eve of winter solstice snowshoeing. my heart was lost and enlivened by both the hush of the mountainous snow world and a very fun irreverence with friends. i shared a solstice quote but did not share this one.

so in the spirit of the year--happy solistice! may there be ever present and growing light in your life as nature unfolds the same in the upcoming months.

"sharp is the night, but stars with frost alive leap off the rim of earth across the dome. it is a night to make the heavens our home. more than the nest whereto apace we strive. lengths down our road each fir-tree seems a hive, in swarms outrushing from the golden comb. they waken waves of thoughts that burst to foam: you throb in me, the dead revive. yon mantle clothes us: there, past mortal breath, life glistens on the river of death. it folds us, flesh and dust; and have we knelt, or never knelt, or eyed as kine the springs of radiance, the radiance enrings: and this is the soul's haven to have felt." --from _winter heavens_“

„We are betrayed by what is false within“


„Perfect simplicity is unconsciously audacious.“ The Ordeal of Richard Feverel

„A dainty rogue in porcelain“

„Each one of an affectionate couple may be willing, as we say, to die for each other, yet unwilling to utter the agreeable word at the right moment“

„The capaciously strong in soul among women will ultimately detect an infinite grossness in the demand for purity infinite, spotless bloom. Earlier or later they see they have been victims of the singular Egoist, have worn a mask of ignorance to be named innocent, have turned themselves into market produce for his delight, and have really abandoned the commodity in ministering to the lust for it, suffered themselves to be dragged ages back in playing upon the fleshly innocence of happy accident to gratify his jealous greed of possession, when it should have been their task to set the soul above the fairest fortune and the gift of strength in women beyond ornamental whiteness. Are they not of nature warriors, like men?—men's mates to bear them heroes instead of puppets? But the devouring male Egoist prefers them as inanimate overwrought polished pure metal precious vessels, fresh from the hands of the artificer, for him to walk away with hugging, call all his own, drink of, and fill and drink of, and forget that he stole them.“ The Egoist

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