One of the greats in the history of literature and arguably the best playwright and novelist hailing from Italy, Luigi Pirandello was awarded with the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1934 for excellence in transforming psychoanalysis into celluloid. His notable work includes ‘The Late Mattia Pascal’, ‘Six Characters in Search of an Author’, ‘One, No One and One Hundred Thousand and other poems’, short stories and novels in Sicilian. He had been nominated by Guglielmo Marconi as a member of Royal Academy of Italy. In 1929, Pirandello was also nominated for the Academy of Italy for his work in Diana e la Tuda (Diana and Tuda). With funding from Mussolini, he became the artistic director and owner of Teatro d'Arte di Roma. He described himself as a Fascist due to his nationality even though there have been interpretation from his play ‘The Giants of the Mountain’ that the fascists were hostile towards Italian culture. We have compiled some of his quotes from his writings, articles, speeches etc. Here are some of the famous quotations delivered by this maestro of Italian Literature.