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BERTHOLD AUERBACH
German novelist
(1812 - 1882)
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We consider it tedious to talk of the weather, and yet there is nothing more important.
      - [Weather]

We hear the rain fall, but not the snow. Bitter grief is loud, calm grief is silent.
      - [Grief]

Weak men are easily put out of humor. Oil freezes quicker than water.
      - [Anger]

What people will say--in these words there lies the tyranny of the world, the whole destruction of our natural disposition, the oblique vision of our minds. These four words bear sway everywhere.
      - [Opinion]

When the foot of the' mountain is enveloped in mist, the mountain appears to us much loftier than it is; so also when the ground and basis of a disaster is not clear to us.
      - [Disaster]

When you have discovered a stain in yourself, you eagerly seek for and gladly find stains in others.
      - [Character]

Why has no religion this command before all others: Thou shalt work?
      - [Work]

With hat in hand, one gets on in the world.
      - [Politeness]

Years teach us more than books.
      - [Experience]


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