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No.1
Meet success like a gentleman and disaster like a man.

优雅地迎接成功,勇敢地面对挫折。——伯肯黑德(Frederick Edwin Smith Birkenhead)

No.2
By the time you’re thirty, your worst enemy is yourself.

年届三十,最大的敌人就是你自己。——帕拉纽克(Chuck Palahniuk)

No.3
Success covers a multitude of blunders.

成功的背后是诸多挫折。——萧伯纳(George Bernard Shaw)

No.4
Sound health is the greatest of gifts; contentedness, the greatest of riches; trust, the greatest of qualities.

健康,最好礼物;知足,最大财富;信任,最佳品德。——佛陀(Buddha)

No.5
He who commits injustice is ever made more wretched than he who suffers it.

制造冤屈之人,比遭受冤屈之人更可怜。——柏拉图(Plato)

No.6
In difficult situations when hope seems feeble, the boldest plans are safest.

陷于希望渺茫的困境时,最大胆的计划反而最可靠。——利维(Livy)


No.7
All secrets are witnessed.

一切秘密活动,都有目击者。——芭芭拉•金索弗(Barbara Kingsolver)

No.8
Everybody in the real world will agree—the moment a project is behind deadline, quality assurance tends to go out the window.

现实世界的所有人都会认同:项目一旦超期,质量保证就会抛诸脑后。——考克斯(Alan Cox)

No.9
You can pretend to be serious; you can’t pretend to be witty.

可以假装一本正经,但无法假装机智幽默。——吉特利(Sacha Guitry)

No.10
In prosperity, our friends know us; in adversity, we know our friends.

发达时,朋友认识我们;倒霉时,我们认识朋友。——柯林斯(C. Collins)

No.11
History is written by the victors.
历史是由胜利者撰写的。——丘吉尔(Winston Churchill)
  
No.12
A saint is a dead sinner revised and edited.
死去之罪人,经修订编辑就是圣人。——比尔斯(Ambrose Bierce)

No.13
History records the names of royal bastards, but cannot tell us the origin of wheat.
历史记录了诸多王室私生子的姓名,却不会告诉我们小麦的起源。——法布尔(Jean Henri Fabre)

No.14
It has been said that although God cannot alter the past, historians can.
据说,上帝无法改变过去,历史学家却可以办到。——勃特勒(Samuel Bulter)

No.15
The Holy Roman Empire was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire.
神圣罗马帝国,既非神圣,也非罗马,更非帝国。——伏尔泰(Voltaire)

No.16
The past is an old armchair in the attic, the present an ominous ticking sound, and the future is anybody’s guess.
过去是阁楼上的旧扶手椅,现在是不祥的滴答声,未来是任何人的猜测。——瑟伯(James Thurber)

No.17
All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrance.
整个世界是座舞台,天下的男男女女只过是你方唱罢我登场的演员。——莎士比亚(William Shakespeare)

No.18
Today’s shocks are tomorrow’s conventions.
今天令人震惊之事,系明天习以为常之物。——海尔布伦(Carolyn Heilbrun)

No.19
The past is not a package one can lay away.
过去,不是可以束之高阁的包裹。——狄更生(Emily Dickinson)

No.20
History—half legend, half historical facts.
历史,一半是传说,一半是史实。——丁尼生(Alfred Tennyson)

No.21
A classic is a book which people praise and don’t read.
经典,就是人们只夸不看之书。——马克•吐温(Mark Twain)

No.22
Autobiography is an unrivaled vehicle for telling the truth about other people.
自传,如实记述他人的最佳手段。——吉达拉(Philip Guedalla)

No.23
Don’t tell me what you dreamed last night for I’ve been reading Freud.
别告诉我你昨夜梦见了什么,因为我在读弗洛伊德的书。——亚当斯(F. P. Adams)

No.24
He who believes that the past cannot be changed has not yet written his memoirs.
认为无法改变过去之人,尚未撰写回忆录。——加林(Torvald Gahlin)

No.25
The person who writes for fools is always sure of a large audience.
为傻瓜写作之人,总是拥有大量读者。——叔本华(Arthur Schopenhauer)

No.26
To choose a good book, look in an inquisitor’s prohibited list.
想挑好书,就去看看禁书单吧。——艾金(John Aikin)

No.27
When you read a biography remember that the truth is never fit for publication.
在读传记时,别忘记真相是永远不宜公开的。——萧伯纳(George Bernard Shaw)

No.28
Wherever they burn books, they will also, in the end, burn human beings.
凡是烧书之地,最终也会烧人。——海涅(Heinrich Heine)

No.29
Learning hath gained most by those books by which the printers have lost.
多数学问是由出版商赔钱的那些书积累起来的。——富勒(Thomas Fuller)

No.30
All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hour, and the books of all time.
书,分为两大类:一时之书和永恒之书。——罗金斯(John Ruskin)


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