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Quintilian Quotes
Brief author info: Quintilian (c. 35-c. 99) Full name, Marcus Fabius Quintilianus. Roman rhetorician.
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A liar should have a good memory.
We give to necessity the praise of virtue.
Those who wish to seem learned to fools, seem fools to the learned.
In a crowd, on a journey, at a banquet even, a line of thought can itself provide its own seclusion.
If you direct your whole thought to work itself, none of the things which invade eyes or ears will reach the mind.
From writing rapidly it does not result that one writes well, but from writing well it results that one writes rapidly.
Though ambition in itself is a vice, yet it is often the parent of virtues.
It is the heart which inspires eloquence.
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