We do not remember days, we remember moments.
All sins have their origin in a sense of inferiority otherwise called ambition.
The truth is really an ambition which is beyond us.- Peter Ustinov
My only ambition is to be true every moment I am living.- Juliette Binoche
My ambition is to have beautiful encounters, not to make money.- Juliette Binoche
People with ambition don't give a damn what other people think of them.- Diane Setterfield
To wish a healthy man to die is the wish from a mind of sickness. To wish an ailing man to...- Roman Payne
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|Birth:||9th September, 1908|
|Death:||27th August, 1950|
|Profession:||Critic, Novelist, Poet, Translator|
Cesare Pavese was born in Santo Stefano Belbo, Italy. He was an Italian poet, novelist, literary critic and translator. He is widely considered among the major authors of the 20th century in his home country. As a young man of letters, Pavese had a particular interest in English-language literature, graduating from the University of Turin with a thesis on the poetry of Walt Whitman. In those years, Pavese translated both classic and recent American and British authors that were then new to the Italian public. His last book was 'La Luna e i Falò', published in Italy in 1950 and translated into English as The Moon and the Bonfires by Louise Sinclair in 1952.
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