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Mozart had a souvenir album, and the above man wrote this quote in it. The quote is unfortunately frequently misattributed to Mozart because it was written in his album.
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Lord Byron
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"Narcissus and Goldmund
Like much of Hesse's work, the novel this was taken from is about seeking the meaning to things.
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William Shakespeare
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Romeo and Juliet (1853) pg. 54
In what is perhaps Western society's most famous romance, this line is spoken by Juliet while standing on a balcony in what is perhaps the most famous scene of the play, wherein Romeo says, "But, soft! what lgith through yonder window breaks! It is the east, and Juliet is the sun!"
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Oliver Wendell Holmes
As part of his literary work “The Breakfast-table” series, Oliver Wendall Holmes wrote a poem titled “Homesick in Heaven,” which poem this quote is from.
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A Decade
The quote continues "now you are like morning bread, / smooth and pleasant." This quote, from a poet that later went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for poetry, is heavy with sensory language.
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Benjamin Disraeli
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Sybil or, the two nations (1845) pg. 56.
Spoken by the character Stephen Morley, in a novel about the plight of the working class.
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