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Facts about H. G. Wells
SummaryH. G. Wells was a famous Author from England, who lived between September 21, 1866 and August 13, 1946. He/she became 79 years old.
Zodiac etc.He/she is born under the zodiac virgo, who is known for Analyzing, Practical, Reflective, Observation, Thoughtful. Our collection contains 41 quotes who is written / told by G. Wells, under the main topics: Beauty, History, Legal, Nature, Time.
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Famous quotes by H. G. Wells (41)
"Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race"
"Crime and bad lives are the measure of a State's failure, all crime in the end is the crime of the community"
"Biologically the species is the accumulation of the experiments of all its successful individuals since the beginning"
"After people have repeated a phrase a great number of times, they begin to realize it has meaning and may even be true"
"Affliction comes to us, not to make us sad but sober; not to make us sorry but wise"
"The New Deal is plainly an attempt to achieve a working socialism and avert a social collapse in America; it is extraordinarily parallel to the successive 'policies' and 'Plans' of the Russian experiment. Americans shirk the word 'socialism', but what else can one call it?"
"In England we have come to rely upon a comfortable time-lag of fifty years or a century intervening between the perception that something ought to be done and a serious attempt to do it"
"I must confess that my imagination refuses to see any sort of submarine doing anything but suffocating its crew and floundering at sea"
"The past is the beginning of the beginning and all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn"
"Sailors ought never to go to church. They ought to go to hell, where it is much more comfortable"
"A time will come when a politician who has willfully made war and promoted international dissension will be as sure of the dock and much surer of the noose than a private homicide. It is not reasonable that those who gamble with men's lives should not stake their own"
"You have learned something. That always feels at first as if you had lost something"
"While there is a chance of the world getting through its troubles, I hold that a reasonable man has to behave as though he were sure of it. If at the end your cheerfulness in not justified, at any rate you will have been cheerful"
"We are living in 1937, and our universities, I suggest, are not half-way out of the fifteenth century. We have made hardly any changes in our conception of university organization, education, graduation, for a century - for several centuries"
"There's nothing wrong in suffering, if you suffer for a purpose. Our revolution didn't abolish danger or death. It simply made danger and death worthwhile"
"There is nothing in machinery, there is nothing in embankments and railways and iron bridges and engineering devices to oblige them to be ugly. Ugliness is the measure of imperfection"
"The uglier a man's legs are, the better he plays golf - it's almost a law"
"One of the darkest evils of our world is surely the unteachable wildness of the Good"
"Once the command of the air is obtained by one of the contending armies, the war becomes a conflict between a seeing host and one that is blind"
"Nothing leads so straight to futility as literary ambitions without systematic knowledge"
"No passion in the world is equal to the passion to alter someone else's draft"
"Man is the unnatural animal, the rebel child of nature, and more and more does he turn himself against the harsh and fitful hand that reared him"
"Leaders should lead as far as they can and then vanish. Their ashes should not choke the fire they have lit"
"It is not reasonable that those who gamble with men's lives should not pay with their own"
"In politics, strangely enough, the best way to play your cards is to lay them face upwards on the table"
"Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe"