Dumas Devy de la Pailleterie, popularly known as Alexandre Dumas, was a French author who lived in the 19th century and is credited for writing some of the most wildly popular stories in French, that went on to become bestsellers all over the world. Dumas was born in an aristocratic family in France and that helped him finding his feet as an author from a young age. Initially, he was a writer of plays but it was as a novelist he found true fame and some of his most famous works include ‘The Three Musketeers’, ‘The Victome de Bragelonne: Ten Years Later’, ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ and ‘Twenty Years After’. The novels proved to be huge successes and have been read by people from all across the world. In addition to that, the novels have also been made into films hundreds of times by film producers in different parts of the world. Dumas was also a regular contributor in several magazines of the time and was a noted travel writer as well. Needless to say, Dumas was a man of great intellect and wit, which is why it is not a surprise that he has left behind a rich collection of quotes. Here are some of the selected ones.