Michel de Montaigne Quote

Whatever I may be, I want to be elsewhere than on paper. My art and my industry have been employed in making myself good for something; my studies, in teaching me to do, not to write. I have put all my efforts into forming my life. That is my trade and my work.


Essays (ed. 1979)

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Whatever I may be, I want to be elsewhere than on paper. My art and my industry have been employed in making myself good for something; my studies,...

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Whatever I may be, I want to be elsewhere than on paper. My art and my industry have been employed in making myself good for something; my studies,...

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Whatever I may be, I want to be elsewhere than on paper. My art and my industry have been employed in making myself good for something; my studies,...

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Whatever I may be, I want to be elsewhere than on paper. My art and my industry have been employed in making myself good for something; my studies,...