Quotation Explorer - 'Maxim Gorky'

All of us are pilgrims on this earth. I have even heard it said that the earth itself is a pilgrim in the heavens. - Maxim Gorky
Our existence has always and everywhere been tragic, but man has converted these numberless tragedies into works of art. I know of nothing more astonishing or more wonderful than this transformation. - Maxim Gorky
Like some wondrous birds out of fairy tales, books sang their songs to me and spoke to me as though communing with one languishing in prison; they sang of the variety and richness of life, of man’s audacity in his strivings towards goodness and beauty. - Maxim Gorky
Ништа не изнурује тела и душе толико колико их изнурују тужне мисли. - Maxim Gorky
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