"I wish you would read a little poetry sometimes. Your ignorance cramps my conversation"
- Anthony Hope
About this Quote
This quote is extracted from the unique "The Prisoner of Zenda" by Anthony Hope. It is talked by the personality Princess Flavia to the lead character Rudolf Rassendyll, who is a English gentleman. Flavia is suggesting that Rudolf's lack of direct exposure to poetry is restricting their conversations and also potentially his total depth of understanding and expression, which is discouraging for her. The quote highlights the worth of literature, specifically verse, in enhancing our discussions and also intellectual searches.