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Mark Twain
November 30, 1835 - April 21, 1910
Nationality: American
Category: Author
Subcategory: American Author

Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits.


All generalizations are false, including this one.


What would men be without women? Scarce, sir, mighty scarce.


All you need is ignorance and confidence and the success is sure.


The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.


Truth is mighty and will prevail. There is nothing wrong with this, except that it ain't so.


The more things are forbidden, the more popular they become.


There is no sadder sight than a young pessimist.


Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.


The public is the only critic whose opinion is worth anything at all.


Familiarity breeds contempt - and children.


We Americans... bear the ark of liberties of the world.


To refuse awards is another way of accepting them with more noise than is normal.


Such is the human race, often it seems a pity that Noah... didn't miss the boat.


It is easier to stay out than get out.


When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it's a sure sign you're getting old.


Wit is the sudden marriage of ideas which before their union were not perceived to have any relation.


A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.


I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way.


Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities.


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