Samuel Richardson Quotes and its meanings

Samuel Richardson has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Education Food Friendship Future Great Happiness Hope Humor Learning Marriage Men Nature Power Science Society Sports Women

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What does Samuel Richardson write about?

Samuel Richardson has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about education, food, friendship, future, great, happiness, hope, humor, learning, marriage, men, nature, power, science, society, sports & women. People always share Education quotes, Food quotes, friendship, future, great, happiness, hope, humor, learning & marriage from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Samuel Richardson?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Samuel Richardson.

  • The difference in the education of men and women must give the former great advantages over the latter, even where geniuses are equal.
  • If the education and studies of children were suited to their inclinations and capacities, many would be made useful members of society that otherwise would make no figure in it.
  • Quantity in food is more to be regarded than quality. A full meal is a great enemy both to study and industry.
  • Marriage is the highest state of friendship. If happy, it lessens our cares by dividing them, at the same time that it doubles our pleasures by mutual participation.
  • As a child is indulged or checked in its early follies, a ground is generally laid for the happiness or misery of the future man.
  • Where words are restrained, the eyes often talk a great deal.
  • Hope is the cordial that keeps life from stagnating.
  • A widow's refusal of a lover is seldom so explicit as to exclude hope.
  • Married people should not be quick to hear what is said by either when in ill humor.
  • From sixteen to twenty, all women, kept in humor by their hopes and by their attractions, appear to be good-natured.