DUMAS, Alexander Quotes
(1802-1870), French novelist
A young girl must not be taken to the theatre, let us say it once for all. It is not only the drama which is immoral, but the place.
We enjoy thoroughly only the pleasure that we give.
The custom and fashion of today will be the awkwardness and outrage of tomorrow—so arbitrary are these transient laws.
Truth is very liable to be left-handed in history.
The way to check slander is to despise it; attempt to overtake and refute it, and it will outrun you.