Jean Anouilh (23 June 1910 – 3 October 1987) was a French dramatist, screenwriter and translator.
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Jean Anouilh, Becket, (1959), Act 1.
When you're forty, half of you belongs to the past and when you're seventy, nearly all of you.
growing old, When, forty, half, you, belongs, past, seventy, nearly
Nothing is true except that which is unsaid.
vrai, que, dit, Nothing, true, unsaid
Things are beautiful if you love them.
beauty, Things, beautiful, you, love
Beauty, real beauty, is something very grave. If there is a God, He must be partly that.
beauty, real, something, grave, there, God, partly
Il y aura toujours un chien perdu quelque part qui m'empêchera d'être heureux.
aura, toujours, chien, perdu, quelque, d'tre, heureux
When you're forty, half of you belongs to the past — and when you're seventy, nearly all of you.
When, forty, half, you, belongs, past, seventy, nearly
Have you noticed that life, real honest to goodness life, with murders and catastrophes and fabulous inheritances, happens almost exclusively in newspapers?”
you, noticed, life, real, honest, goodness, murders, catastrophes, fabulous
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