Oscar Fingal O'Flaherty Wills Wilde - Irishpoet, writer and essayist, a vivid celebrity of the Victorian era. Known for his plays, full of paradoxes and winged phrases, and his novel "Portrait of Dorian Gray" is included in the golden treasury of world classics.

  • A person is very embarrassed when talking on his own behalf. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the whole truth.
  • Old people believe everything, people of mature age doubt everything, young people know everything.
  • A man can be happy with any woman - provided that he does not love her.
  • Men always want to be the woman's first love. Women dream of being the last man's novel.
  • Nothing prevents the romance like a woman's sense of humor and his absence from a man.
  • The dogmas of religion are believed not because they are reasonable, but because they are often repeated.
  • I've heard so much slander in your address that I have no doubt: you are a wonderful person!
  • Time is the loss of money.
  • The thing is that you can see in it ...
  • I can resist everything except temptation. Whenever a person assumes stupidity, he does it out of the noblest motives.
  • Argue - this is so vulgar. After all, in a respectable society they always hold the same opinion.
  • Experience is a name that everyone gives to their mistakes.
  • A cynic is a person who knows the price, but does not know the value.
  • Atheism needs religion no less than faith.
  • Foreign dramas are always unbearably banal.
  • The world is divided into two classes - some believe in the incredible, others do the impossible.
  • Books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world its shame.
  • Selfishness does not mean living as you want, it is a requirement for others to live as you want.
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