Talk:E. W. Howe

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To quote (and translate)[edit]

  • When a man says money can do everything, it is clear he hasn't any.
    • E. W. Howe : "Lorsqu'un homme dit que l'argent peut tout, il est clair qu'il n'en a pas.
      • Source : L'art de ne pas travailler, Ernie Zelinski, éd. Eyrolles, 2006 (ISBN 2-7081-3634-8), p. 222

--Eurobas (talk) 08:54, 30 December 2013 (UTC)[reply]

  • Note, this sounds like a well known quotation from Mark Twain (or if not him by somebody else who knew how to plagiarize other people's work just as well).