| According as the man is, so must you humour him.
| Is a faith without action a sincere faith?
| I know the disposition of women: when you will, they won't; when you won't, they set their hearts upon you of their own inclination.
| In fine, nothing is said now that has not been said before.
| Justice in the extreme is often unjust.
| A noble heart cannot suspect in others the pettiness and malice that it has never felt.
| There are no secrets that time does not reveal.
| My death, taking the light from my eyes, gives back to the day the purity which they soiled.
| Many a time a man cannot be such as he would be, if circumstances do not admit of it.
| There is nothing so easy but that it becomes difficult when you do it with reluctance.
| I am a man, and nothing that concerns a man do I deem a matter of indifference to me.
| Thank the Gods! My misery exceeds all my hopes!
| It is a maxim of old that among themselves all things are common to friends.
| Do not they bring it to pass by knowing that they know nothing at all?
| Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking.
| I have everything, yet have nothing; and although I possess nothing, still of nothing am I in want.
| A tragedy need not have blood and death; it's enough that it all be filled with that majestic sadness that is the pleasure of tragedy.
| The glory of my name increases my shame. Less known by mortals, I could better escape their eyes.
| Without money honor is merely a disease.
| The quarrels of lovers are the renewal of love.