Ion Luca Caragiale

Romanian playwright, short story writer, pamphleteer, poet, writer, theatre director, political commentator and journalist

To love is a great pain, but to escape that pain is a great misfortune.

To love is a great pain, but to escape that pain is a great misfortune.

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This world resembles a vast funfair.

This world resembles a vast funfair.

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Famous is  one who starts living after he has died.

Famous is one who starts living after he has died.

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Do you want to get to know things? Look at them closely. Do you want to like them? Look at them from afar.

Do you want to get to know things? Look at them closely. Do you want to like them? Look at them from afar.

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The stupid die; stupidity is undying.

The stupid die; stupidity is undying.

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Take a half an affirmation of an opposition newspaper and mix it well with half a disclaimer from a government one – this is often a good recipe for finding out the truth.

Take a half an affirmation of an opposition newspaper and mix it well with half a disclaimer from a government one – this is often a good recipe for finding out the truth.

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Parties planned long before rarely turn out well, while those started on the spot, unplanned, turn out nicely almost every time…

Parties planned long before rarely turn out well, while those started on the spot, unplanned, turn out nicely almost every time…

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Nothing is more beautiful than the truth, or more true than the beautiful.

Nothing is more beautiful than the truth, or more true than the beautiful.

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Man is a sovereign who glories in his crown, which is thought, and equally in his sceptre, which is expression.

Man is a sovereign who glories in his crown, which is thought, and equally in his sceptre, which is expression.

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Opinions are free, but not mandatory.

Opinions are free, but not mandatory.

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  • Date of birth: 30 January 1852
  • Date of death: 9 June 1912

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