Top Ten Quotes From Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw



"I wish our people were not so cruel. What glory is there in killing wretched fugitives?" , George Bernard Shaw.

"Nine soldiers out of ten are born fools" , George Bernard Shaw.

"There are only two sorts of soldiers: old ones and young ones...Sheer ignorance of the art of war, nothing else". , George Bernard Shaw.

"Child, you don't know the power such high people have over the like of you and me when we try to rise out of our poverty against them." , George Bernard Shaw.

"Soldiering... is the coward's art of attacking mercilessly when you are strong, and keeping out of harm's way when you are weak. That is the whole secret of successful fighting." , George Bernard Shaw.

"You little know how unworthy even the best man is of a girl's pure passion!" , George Bernard Shaw.

"A gentleman has no right to hurt a woman under any circumstances." , George Bernard Shaw.

"A fool and his money are soon parted." , George Bernard Shaw.

"Now what are the two things that happen to a soldier so often that he comes to think nothing of them? One is hearing people tell lies (Raina recoils): the other is getting his life saved in all sorts of ways by all sorts of people." , George Bernard Shaw.

"And how ridiculous! Oh, war! war! the dream of patriots and heroes! A fraud, Bluntschli, a hollow sham, like love." , George Bernard Shaw.


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