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"Love conquers all; let us surrender to Love."
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Commonly attributed to George Sand, no source available.
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 Aristotle
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Lives of Eminent Philosophers
This was Aristotle's resposne to "What is a friend?"
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An American film producer from the early 1920s, not much information is available about Ralph Block, and, unfortunately, the same is true for this quote.
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Der Sohn der Wildnis (1842) Act ii
The play for which this line was written described the barbarian Ingomar and the beautiful Parthenia, who eventually discover the effects love can have to soothe and tame.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald
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A letter sent by Fitzgerald in 1920
F. Scott Fitzgerald fell in love with a woman named Zelda, who he courted and pursued single-mindedly. At one point a female friend, named Isabelle, heard that the engagement had been called off, and wrote to him. In Fitzgerald's response was the above quote. The sentence following the quote, to Isabelle, reads "You're still a Catholic but Zelda's the only God I have left now." Later in 1920 Zelda and Fitzgerald married.
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Victor Hugo
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As a French Romantic writer, love is a topic Hugo visited often, although no source for this quote could be found.
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Stranger in a Strange Land (1961)
The character Jubal Harshaw says this line in Stranger. Interestingly, in the "Uncut" version of the book, the character does not speak this line. Many argue that Harshaw is the true main character of the book, as he consistently proffers the philosophies another character must deal with.
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"Narcissus and Goldmund
Like much of Hesse's work, the novel this was taken from is about seeking the meaning to things.
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What Every Woman Knows, Act I (1908)
This quote comes from the author of the play Peter Pan, and continues, "Some women, the few, have charm for all; and most have charm for one. But some have charm for none."
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Helen Keller
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No source available, widely attributed to the author.
Keller's teacher, Sullivan, became a dear friend, and it was in a letter to another acquaintance that Keller mentioned Sullivan providing her an understanding of this quote.
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As quoted in Before the Wedding: Fun and Provocative Questions to Prepare You for Married Life (2000), pg. 125
No context is available, beyond the fact that it is widely attributed to Tennyson.
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This quote is commonly attributed to one Gretchen Kemp.
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Benjamin Franklin
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Gnomologia (1732); Line 755
Contained in a book of proverbs and adages collected (and perhaps not authored) by Fuller.
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The Wisdom of the Sands (1950)
The French writer wrote short stories, almost as parables, and it is in one of these parables that this quote is found. These parables were collected and published posthumously.
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From a collection of letters, in "Letter 3."
St. Jerome is best known for translating the Bible into Latin, and is canonized by nearly all of Christianity.
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Little is known about the author of this quote or its origination. It is often attributed to others, such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning, but no source can be found.
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The works of Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892) pg. 246
Thought by a doctor in Holmes's A Moral Antipathy, the character was speaking about how love can conquer fear, fear of women, specifically.
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