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Haldeman-Julius, E.


Maxims of La Rochefoucauld




Haldeman-Julius Publications




Girard, KS












Quoted from the editor's "Introduction."

"THE "ancien regime" in France has been described as a despotism tempered by epigrams. It is probable that French thought and French opinion have always been more influenced by
phrases, if only the phrases were incisive and forcible, than has been the case in other countries. It is doubtless from this love of epigram that we find in France so many eminent writers of maxims. Names most familiar in the group are Vauvenargues, La Bruyere, Montesquieu, and La Rochefoucauld.

Of all the epigrammatic writers of France, or for that matter of Europe, La Rochefoucauld is the most widely known and the most distinguished. Voltaire says, "One of the works that most largely contributed to form the taste of the nation, and to diffuse a spirit of justice and precision, is the collection of maxims by Francois, Due de la Rochefoucauld."

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