Aphorisms by William Somerset Maugham

Novelist and playwright, born sunday january 25, 1874 in Paris (France), died thursday december 16, 1965 in Nice (France)
You can find this author also in Murphy's laws.

I'm not only my spirit buy my body, and who can decide how much I, my individual self, am conditioned by the accident of my body? Would Byron have been Byron but for his club foot, or Dostoyevsky Dostoyevsky without his epilepsy?
William Somerset Maugham
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