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Type: Novelist
Nationality: French
Date of Birth: 12/12/1821


 

Gustave Flaubert Quotes > Caught up in life, you see it...

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Caught up in life, you see it badly. You suffer from it or enjoy it too much. The artist, in my opinion, is a monstrosity, something outside of nature.
Gustave Flaubert

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