Quotable Men of the Twentieth CenturyBook - 1999
Presents a collection of quotations from a wide-ranging group of twentieth-century men offers observations on a variety of subjects, including Picasso on art, Michael Jordan on achievement, and Ernest Hemingway on fatherhood
Men are known for their words. Throughout history, the sayings and thoughts of certain men have become so familiar to society that we now repeat them frequently without knowing who said what. Quotable Men of the Twentieth Century showcases the famous words of famous men, as well as the poignant and memorable quotes of others -- men whose particular blends of wit and wisdom have articulated what it's like to live during the twentieth century and given us guidance for entrance into the next millennium.
This unique and indispensable collection of quips, insights, and observations offers inspiration and advice on an extraordinary range of subjects, including language, career, appearance, education, and happiness.
From Michael Jordan on achievement to Pablo Picasso on art, from Donald Trump on failure to Jerry Seinfeld on humor, the quotable men represented in this book arc politicians, writers, artists, and musicians, as well as athletes and scientists, comedians and movie stars. Here are remarks by Martin Luther King, Jr., on race, Alfred Adler on human nature, Spike Lee on film, and Bill Clinton on drugs.
A collection of a insightful, hilarious, or thought-provoking quotations from a wide-ranging group of twentieth-century people offers observations on a variety of subjects, including Picasso on art, Michael Jordan on achievement, and Ernest Hemingway on fatherhood. 10,000 first printing.