„Woe to him who doesn't know how to wear his mask, be he king or pope!“

—  Luigi Pirandello, Henry IV

Henry IV (1922), trans. Edward Storer http://encarta.msn.com/quote_561557863/Diplomacy_Woe_to_him_who_doesn't_know_how_to_wear_his.html

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Luigi Pirandello9
dramaturgo, novelista y escritor de relatos cortos italiano 1867 - 1936

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Ni cheffir eithr o'i weithred
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Original: (cy) Ni cheffir eithr o'i weithred<br/>Aberth Crist I borthi cred.<br/>Bywyd ni chaiff, ni beiwn,<br/>Pab nac ymherawdr heb hwn,<br/>Na brenin naelwin hoywlyw,<br/>Dien ei bwyll, na dyn byw.
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