Quote by Lord (George Gordon) Byron

The French courage proceeds from vanity

The French courage proceeds from vanity


This quote suggests that the French exhibit bravery or courage because of their sense of conceit or excessive pride. It implies that their courage is driven by a desire to flaunt or display their self-importance rather than being rooted in genuine bravery or noble intentions. This explanation insinuates that the French may not possess an inherent source of courage but rather rely on their ego and the need to maintain a certain image.


By Lord (George Gordon) Byron
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