Archive for the category „Quotation of the month“

»The good people do not know at all what costs it for time and trouble to learn the reading and to have from the read use; I have used eighty years in addition and even now cannot say that I was in the aim.«

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

»Without book I can fall asleep neither nor undertake a trip.«

Magdalen Nabb

»The only parties which I estimate at my age are good books.«

(Friedrich the tallness to Voltaire)

The value of the book is directed above all after certain qualities. In leather engaged books unaffordable services can perform, for example, while drawing off from razor blades. Thin pamphlets against it are suited excellently to return the balance to wobbling small tables. An encyclopaedia is likely very well to make a burglar battle-incapable.

(Mark Twain)

We read to understand who we are and where we are. Reading is like breathing.

(Alberto Manguel)


Quotation of the month

»The good people do not know at all what costs it for time and trouble to learn the reading and to have from the read use; I have used eighty years in addition and even now cannot say that I was in the aim.«
(Goethe)

Abo Finde uns auf Facebook
Archives
Translator
Deutsch flagEnglisch flagFranzosisch flagSpanish flag
Quotation of the month - anonymous Bookoholiker ®

Archive for the category „Quotation of the month“

»The good people do not know at all what costs it for time and trouble to learn the reading and to have from the read use; I have used eighty years in addition and even now cannot say that I was in the aim.«

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

»Without book I can fall asleep neither nor undertake a trip.«

Magdalen Nabb

»The only parties which I estimate at my age are good books.«

(Friedrich the tallness to Voltaire)

The value of the book is directed above all after certain qualities. In leather engaged books unaffordable services can perform, for example, while drawing off from razor blades. Thin pamphlets against it are suited excellently to return the balance to wobbling small tables. An encyclopaedia is likely very well to make a burglar battle-incapable.

(Mark Twain)

We read to understand who we are and where we are. Reading is like breathing.

(Alberto Manguel)


Quotation of the month

»The good people do not know at all what costs it for time and trouble to learn the reading and to have from the read use; I have used eighty years in addition and even now cannot say that I was in the aim.«
(Goethe)

Abo Finde uns auf Facebook
Archives
Translator
Deutsch flagEnglisch flagFranzosisch flagSpanish flag