My favorite remains La Rochefoucauld, with his: “We all have strength enough to bear the misfortunes of others.”
Of her life, very little is to be said, except in regard to her lasting friendship and attachment for La Rochefoucauld.
It was she who then, in her turn, was compelled to draw over La Rochefoucauld.
The doctrine, when expressed in La Rochefoucauld's language, was condemned by Pope.
La Rochefoucauld gives some particulars which explain what follows.
La Rochefoucauld has said that prudence and love are inconsistent.
Yes—she had grave cause of complaint against La Rochefoucauld.
The following sentence might be a Maxim of La Rochefoucauld.
La Rochefoucauld is not fairly cynical, more than is Montaigne.
Born at La Rochefoucauld, without any advantages of family or fortune, he began as a domestic of its seigneur.