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Bon-Mots of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century (1897)

- July 19, 2018 in bon-mots, conversation, humour, wit, witticisms

Compilation of some of the best conversational witticisms of the 18th and 19th centuries, including Joseph Addison, Samuel Johnson, Oscar Wilde, and Lord Byron, and a whole host of lesser known wits.

Bon-Mots of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century (1897)

- July 19, 2018 in bon-mots, conversation, humour, wit, witticisms

Compilation of some of the best conversational witticisms of the 18th and 19th centuries, including Joseph Addison, Samuel Johnson, Oscar Wilde, and Lord Byron, and a whole host of lesser known wits.

Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote (1867)

- May 10, 2017 in cervantes, don quixote, proverbs, quotes, wisdom, wit

From whole multi-paragraph excerpts to single lines, this wonderful little book dedicates itself, as the title declares, to presenting the wit and wisdom to be found in Miguel de Cervantes' masterpiece.

Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote (1867)

- May 10, 2017 in cervantes, don quixote, proverbs, quotes, wisdom, wit

From whole multi-paragraph excerpts to single lines, this wonderful little book dedicates itself, as the title declares, to presenting the wit and wisdom to be found in Miguel de Cervantes' masterpiece.

Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote (1867)

- May 10, 2017 in cervantes, don quixote, proverbs, quotes, wisdom, wit

From whole multi-paragraph excerpts to single lines, this wonderful little book dedicates itself, as the title declares, to presenting the wit and wisdom to be found in Miguel de Cervantes' masterpiece.