- QUOTATIONS FROM CONTEMPORARY SOURCES AND THE CLASSICS
More than 4,000 quotations from people as diverse as Aristotle and Lily Tomlin can be found in Webster's New Explorer Dictionary of Quotations. There are eloquent, insightful, and amusing quotes from such time-honored sources as the Bible, William Shakespeare, Lord Byron, Confucius, and Cicero. More contemporary authors include Robert Frost, Pearl S. Buck, Winston Churchill, Lenny Bruce, Virginia Woolf, Jesse Jackson, Fran Liebowitz, and many more of the world's most fascinating leaders, writers and thinkers.
Quotations are arranged alphabetically by subject in over 400 categories like Success and Failure, Genius and Talent, Work, and Music . Editorial notes provide additional information about the quotation and its source, and an author index offers the reader another way to find just the right quote.