Nothing is true except that which is unsaid.
When you're forty, half of you belongs to the past and when you're seventy, nearly all of you.Jean AnouilhJean Anouilh, Time Remembered.
Beauty, real beauty, is something very grave. If there is a God, He must be partly that.Jean AnouilhJean Anouilh, The Rehearsal (1950), Act 2, trans. Lucienne Hill.
Beauty is one of the rare things that do not lead to doubt of God.Jean AnouilhJean Anouilh, Becket, (1959), Act 1.
Il y aura toujours un chien perdu quelque part qui m'empêchera d'être heureux.Jean AnouilhThere will always be a lost dog somewhere that will prevent me being happy.
Have you noticed that life, real honest to goodness life, with murders and catastrophes and fabulous inheritances, happens almost exclusively in newspapers?”Jean AnouilhJean Anouilh as cited in: Stuart Allan (2010) News Culture. p. 1
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