Anthony Trollope about life (“Phineas Redux”, 1874) - All the elegancies and outward charms of life were delightful, if only they could be used as the means to some end. As an end themselves they were nothing.
pick reportpicture source
> Quotes by Anthony Trollope
> Quotes about life

Copy this HTML code to share this image on your website:

Format Landscape Portrait Square
Back Black White Photo
Width px

All the elegancies and outward charms of life were delightful, if only they could be used as the means to some end. As an end themselves they were nothing.
 Anthony TrollopePhineas Redux (1874). copy citation

edit
Author
Source
Topic
Date
1874
Language
English
Reference
Note
Weblink

Meaning and analysis

write a note