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Rafael Sabatini

Datum narození: 1970
Datum úmrtí: 13. únor 1950
Další jména: Sabatini

Rafael Sabatini, byl anglický spisovatel historických dobrodružných románů. Mnoho jeho děl bylo několikrát zfilmováno.


„Kde není poznání minulosti, nemůže být vize budoucnosti.“

„He was born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad.“ Scaramouche


„But I like my madness. There is a thrill in it unknown to such sanity as yours. ~ Book 1, Chapter 9“ Scaramouche

„... it is human nature, I suppose, to be futile and ridiculous.“ Scaramouche

„A man must sometimes laugh at himself or go mad,’ said he. ‘Few realize it. That is why there are so many madmen in the world.“ Captain Blood

„It came to Mr. Blood, as he trudged forward under the laden apple-trees on that fragrant, delicious July morning, that man—as he had long suspected—was the vilest work of God, and that only a fool would set himself up as a healer of a species that was best exterminated.“ Captain Blood

„Do you know, André, I sometimes think that you have no heart.'
'Presumably because I sometimes betray intelligence.“
Scaramouche

„To do what you imply would require nothing short of divine intervention. You must change man, not systems.“ Scaramouche


„Do you expect sincerity in man when hypocrisy is the very keynote of human nature? We are nurtured on it; we are schooled in it, we live by it; and we rarely realize it.’
– Book 3, Chapter 16“
Scaramouche

„He was born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad. And that was all his patrimony.“ Scaramouche

„Regret of neglected opportunity is the worst hell that a living soul can
inhabit“

„Thirstily he set it to his lips, and as its cool refreshment began to soothe his throat, he thanked Heaven that in a world of much evil there was still so good a thing as ale.“ Fortune's Fool


„But they were fated to misunderstand each other.“ Captain Blood

„Only he who is without anything is without enemies.“ Captain Blood Returns

„Truth is so often disconcerting.“ Scaramouche

„There remained the sea, which is free to all, and particularly alluring to those who feel themselves at war with humanity.“

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