Villefort Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Villefort Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Villefort Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: man is but an ugly caterpillar for him who studies him through a solar microscope; man is but an ugly caterpillar for him who studies him through a solar microscope; but you said, I think, that I had nothing else to do. Now, really, let me ask, sir, have you? - do you believe you have anything to do? or to speak in plain terms, do you really think that what you do deserves being called anything?" Villefort's — Alexandre Dumas
Villefort Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: Oh, the wickedness of man is very great," said Villefort, "since it surpasses the goodness Oh, the wickedness of man is very great," said Villefort, "since it surpasses the goodness of God. — Alexandre Dumas
Villefort Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: It was only then that he met Villefort's dull gaze, that look peculiar to men It was only then that he met Villefort's dull gaze, that look peculiar to men of the law who do not want anyone to read their thoughts, and so make their eyes into unpolished glass. The look reminded him that he was standing before Justice, a figure of grim aspect and manners. — Alexandre Dumas
Villefort Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: As we have seen, Villefort belonged to the nobility of the town and M. Morrel As we have seen, Villefort belonged to the nobility of the town and M. Morrel to the plebeian part of it: the former was an extreme Royalist, the latter suspected of harbouring Bonapartist sympathies. Villefort looked contemptuously at Morrel and answered coldly: 'You know, Monsieur, that one can be mild in one's private life, honest in one's business dealings and skilled in one's work, yet at the same time, politically speaking, be guilty of great crimes. — Alexandre Dumas