Alexandre Dumas quote about reason from The Count of Monte Cristo (1845) - There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.
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Quotes by Alexandre Dumas · Quotes from The Count of Monte Cristo · Quotes about reason · Quotes about sorrow · Quotes about instinct

There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.

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Alexandre Dumas quote about reason from The Count of Monte Cristo (1845) - There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.
Alexandre Dumas quote about reason from The Count of Monte Cristo (1845) - There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.
Alexandre Dumas quote about reason from The Count of Monte Cristo (1845) - There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.
Alexandre Dumas quote about reason from The Count of Monte Cristo (1845) - There are some situations which men understand by instinct, but which reason is powerless to explain; in such cases the greatest poet is he who gives utterance to the most natural and vehement outburst of sorrow.