Oscar Wilde Zitate, die mit A beginnen

„A thing is not necessarily true
because a man dies for it.“

„Ambition is the last
refuge of the failure.“

„All art is quite useless.“

„Ah, well, then I suppose
I shall have to die beyond my means.“

„An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy
of being called an idea at all.“

„Arguments are to be avoided: they are
always vulgar and often convincing.“

„America is the only country that went from barbarism
to decadence without civilization in between.“