Umberto Eco, an Italian philosopher, literary critic, semiotician and writer of children’s books, essays, fiction and academic texts was among brilliant authors of twentieth century. He was known for captivating use of symbols, puzzles, languages and references. Some his best write-ups relay astounding allusions and narrative inventions. His perspective novel II Nome Della Rosa is a beautiful amalgam of biblical analysis, fictional semiotics, historical mystery, literary theory and medieval studies. Eco rose to fame with his acclaimed masterpieces like The Island of the Day Before, Foucault’s Pendulum and bestseller The Prague Cemetery. In addition to his rich works of art, he is also known for writing coherent essays based on contemporary culture. All in all his work is a beautiful representation of humor, irony, aesthetics, interpretations and ideas. An expert at literature and philosophy, Eco had a reputation of foremost thinker in academia. His works unveil lies, half-truths, conspiracies and facts, thereby compelling the readers to think beyond their realm. To commemorate the life of Umberto Eco, we have put together some quotes from his books and the man himself. Presenting a collection of Umberto Eco quotes about life, love, history, art, literature etc.