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ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE
French poet and historian
(1790 - 1869)
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Void of freedom, what would virtue be?
      - [Freedom]

When the press is the echo of sages and reformers, it works well; when it !s the echo of turbulent cynics, it merely feeds political excitement.
      - [Press]

Women have more heart and more imagination than men.
      - [Women]

Women have much more heart and much more imagination than men; hence, fancy often allures them.
      - [Imagination]

This end (Robespierre's theories) was the representative sovereignty of all the citizens concentrated in an election as extensive as the people themselves, and acting by the people, and for the people in an elective council, which should be all the government.
      - History of the Girondists
         (vol. III, p. 104), (Bohn's ed. 1850)
        [Government]

I was singing as a bird mourns.
  [Fr., Je chantais comme l'oiseau gemit.]
      - Le Poete Mourant [Poets]

Limited in his nature, infinite in his desires, man is a fallen god who remembers the heavens.
      - Second Meditations [Man]


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