All human wisdom is summed up in these two words: “Wait and hope.”
-Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo
All right, folks, that’s a wrap on this month’s Classic Quote-a-Thon! I hope you enjoyed it and swear to go easier on your inbox in the future.
And now, of course, it’s your turn. My voracious Quotes Collection will love you forever, in whatever way a Google Doc can love, if you do us the honor of sharing some of YOUR favorite quotes in the comments. And don’t feel bound by the classics. Feed us whatever you like—the Collection is no picky eater!
Happy reading, and happy quoting.
Here’s one of my favorites:
“He could think in italics. Such people need watching. Preferably from a safe distance.”
from Terry Pratchett’s “Men at Arms”