„It is preferable not to travel with a dead man.“

La Nuit des Bulgares in Plume (1938) (Used as introductory line in Jim Jarmusch's film "Dead Man".)

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Henri Michaux3
malíř, básník, spisovatel 1899 - 1984

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„Dead is the travel of all our travels.“

—  Antoni Lange Polish writer and philosopher 1862 - 1929

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„THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST“

—  Bram Stoker, kniha Dracula's Guest

Inscription found on the tomb of Countess Dolingen of Gratz by Jonathan Harker
Dracula's Guest (1914)
Varianta: For the dead travel fast.

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„A wise man travels to discover himself.“

—  James Russell Lowell American poet, critic, editor, and diplomat 1819 - 1891

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„A dead man in Spain is more alive than a dead man anywhere in the world.“

—  Federico García Lorca Spanish poet, dramatist and theatre director 1898 - 1936

Un muerto en España está más vivo como muerto que en ningún sitio del mundo.
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„A dead man does not bite.“

—  Plutarch, kniha Parallel Lives

Pompeius, sec. 76
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„5272. Travel makes a wise Man better, but a Fool worse.“

—  Thomas Fuller (writer) British physician, preacher, and intellectual 1654 - 1734

Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II (1727), Gnomologia (1732)

Victor Hugo foto

„In the twentieth century war will be dead, the scaffold will be dead, animosity will be dead, royalty will be dead, and dogmas will be dead; but Man will live. For all there will be but one country—that country the whole earth; for all there will be but one hope—that hope the whole heaven.“

—  Victor Hugo French poet, novelist, and dramatist 1802 - 1885

Kontext: For four hundred years the human race has not made a step but what has left its plain vestige behind. We enter now upon great centuries. The sixteenth century will be known as the age of painters, the seventeenth will be termed the age of writers, the eighteenth the age of philosophers, the nineteenth the age of apostles and prophets. To satisfy the nineteenth century, it is necessary to be the painter of the sixteenth, the writer of the seventeenth, the philosopher of the eighteenth; and it is also necessary, like Louis Blane, to have the innate and holy love of humanity which constitutes an apostolate, and opens up a prophetic vista into the future. In the twentieth century war will be dead, the scaffold will be dead, animosity will be dead, royalty will be dead, and dogmas will be dead; but Man will live. For all there will be but one country—that country the whole earth; for all there will be but one hope—that hope the whole heaven.

Address to the Workman's Congress at Marseille http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Victor_Hugo%27s_Address_to_the_Workman%27s_Congress_at_Marseille (1879)

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„I am fundamentally a dead man: one fundamentally a Peel–Cobden man.“

—  William Ewart Gladstone British Liberal politician and prime minister of the United Kingdom 1809 - 1898

Letter to James Bryce (5 December 1896), quoted in Andrew Marrison (ed.), Free Trade and its Reception 1815-1960: Freedom and Trade: Volume One (London: Routledge, 2002), p. 209.
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„A man without trust might as well be dead.“

—  Robert Jordan American writer 1948 - 2007

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„Call no man happy until he is dead.“

—  Solón Athenian legislator -638 - -558 př. n. l.

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