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Сигрид Унсет


Sigrid Undset

Фотография Сигрид Унсет (photo Sigrid Undset)

День рождения: 20.05.1882 года
Возраст: 67 лет
Место рождения: Калуннборг, Норвегия
Дата смерти: 10.06.1949 года
Место смерти: Лиллехаммер, Норвегия

Quotes of Sigrid Undset

Норвежская романистка, автор трилогии Кристин, дочь Лавранса, признанного шедевра норвежской и мировой литературы

  • ⋅I hated school so intensely. It interfered with my freedom. I avoided the discipline by an elaborate technique of being absent-minded during classes. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I hated school so intensely. It interfered with my freedom /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅One cannot escape dogmas—those who hold most firmly to dogmas today are those whose only dogma is that dogmas should be feared like the plague. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅God grant ... that he may learn to understand in time, that whoso is minded to do as he himself wills will soon enough see the day when he will find he has done that which he had never willed. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I was sent to a school because my father was already aware that his days were numbered, and he was anxious for me to acquire a good education and follow in his footsteps. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I rolled myself up into a tight ball of resistance and it was thus that I went through my school years. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅Most of my father's life consisted of traveling to almost every part of Europe. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I went to work in an office and learned, among other lessons, to do things I did not care for, and to do them well. Before I left this office, two of my books had already been published. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅No doing without some ruing. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅Many a man is given what is intended for another, but no man is given another's fate. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅And when we give each other Christmas gifts in His name, let us remember that He has given us the sun and the moon and the stars, and the earth with its forests and mountains and oceans--and all that lives and move upon them. He has given us all green things and everything that blossoms and bears fruit and all that we quarrel about and all that we have misused--and to save us from our foolishness, from all our sins, He came down to earth and gave us Himself. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅But I didn’t realize then that the consequence of sin is that you have to trample on other people. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅The times when we need prayers or counsel, we are little like to be in a mood to learn, nor yet to understand. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅In all the years when I did not know what to believe in and therefore preferred to leave all beliefs alone, whenever I came to a place where living water welled up, blessedly cold and sweet and pure, from the earth's dark bosom, I felt that after all it must be wrong not to believe in anything. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅All fires burn out at last. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅Easy for them to keep their youth who will never learn a lesson ... /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅the most dangerous temptations are not due to the active, sudden flames of desire, 'the lusts of the flesh,' but to the disinclinations of the flesh, its indolence and sluggishness, our tendency to become creatures of habit. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅All things that a man owns hold him far more than he holds them. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅tis well when we dare not do a thing we think is not good and fair; but not so well when we think a thing not good and fair because we dare not do it ... /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I saw not till now what sin brings with it - that we must tread others underfoot. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅I am not so foolish as to murmur, if now, since I have drunk up my wine and beer, I have to put up with skimmed milk and sour. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅The morality code that remains after the religion that produced it is rejected is like the perfume that lingers in an empty bottle. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅Her heart felt as if it were breaking in her breast, bleeding and bleeding, young and fierce. From grief over the warm and ardent love which she had lost and still secretly mourned; from anguished joy over the pale, luminous love which drew her to the farthest boundaries of life on this earth. Through the great darkness that would come, she saw the gleam of another, gentler sun, and she sensed the fragrance of the herbs in the garden at world's end. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅All my days I have longed equally to travel the right road and to take my own errant path. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅Feelings of longing seemed to burst from her heart; they ran in all directions, like streams of blood, seeking out paths to all the places in the wide landscape where she had lived, to all her sons roaming through the world, to all her dead lying under the earth. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅It’s a good thing when you don’t dare do something if you don’t think it’s right. But it’s not good when you think something’s not right because you don’t dare do it. /Sigrid Undset
  • ⋅No one and nothing can harm us, child, except what we fear and love. /Sigrid Undset
Goss Malone
Omalone1 16.07.2019 07:48:16
Women think that all men are equal, and this is their strength, men think all women are different - it destroys them.

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