Talk:Bolesław Prus

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  • There are great crimes in the world, but perhaps the greatest is to kill a love.
  • A scoundrel will be a scoundrel, even with two university degrees.
  • Don't think about happiness. If it doesn't come, there's no disappointment; if it does come, it's a surprise.
  • Let people be happy according to their own lights.
  • True patriotism doesn't only consist in loving an ideal country, but — in loving, studying and working for the real elements of the country that are its land, community, people and all their wealth.