Michel de Montaigne Quotes About Victory

Quotes about: Victory
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  • There are some defeats more triumphant than victories.

    Michel de Montaigne, William Hazlitt (1845). “The Works of Michael de Montaigne: Comprising His Essays, Letters, Journey Through Germany and Italy. With Notes from All the Commentators, Biographical and Bibliographical Notices, &c. &c”, p.92
  • I had rather complain of ill-fortune than be ashamed of victory.

    Michel de Montaigne “Annotated Essays of Michel de Montaigne with English Grammar Exercises: by Michel de Montaigne (Author), Robert Powell (Editor)”, Powell Publications, LLC

Michel de Montaigne

  • Born: February 28, 1533
  • Died: September 13, 1592
  • Occupation: Writer
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