Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes & Sayings

21 most famous Karl Philipp Moritz quotes and sayings (author). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

“I now resolved to go to bed early, with a firm purpose of also rising early the next day to revisit this charming walk; for I thought to myself, I have now seen this temple of the modern world imperfectly; I have seen it only by moonlight.”
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“On a very gloomy dismal day, just such a one as it ought to be, I went to see Westminster Abbey.”
“Westminster Abbey, the Tower, a steeple, one church, and then another, presented themselves to our view; and we could now plainly distinguish the high round chimneys on the tops of the houses, which yet seemed to us to form an innumerable number of smaller spires, or steeples.”
Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes
“My landlady, who is only a tailor's widow, reads her Milton; and tells me, that her late husband first fell in love with her on this very account: because she read Milton with such proper emphasis.”
“Whilst in Prussia poets only speak of the love of country as one of the dearest of all human affections, here there is no man who does not feel, and describe with rapture, how much he loves his country.”
Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes
“It is a common observation, that the more solicitous any people are about dress, the more effeminate they are.”
Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes
“A traveller on foot in this country seems to be considered as a sort of wild man or out-of-the way being, who is stared at, pitied, suspected, and shunned by everybody that meets him.”
Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes
“These funerals always appear to me the more indecent in a populous city, from the total indifference of the beholders, and the perfect unconcern with which they are beheld.”
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“The joining of the whole congregation in prayer has something exceedingly solemn and affecting in it.”
“My host at Richmond, yesterday morning, could not sufficiently express his surprise that I intended to venture to walk as far as Oxford, and still farther. He however was so kind as to send his son, a clever little boy, to show me the road leading to Windsor.”

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