The Last Words of the Famous Part XLI

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Tell them I’ve had a wonderful life.

Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XL

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One of us must go. (attributed, probably apocryphal)

Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXIX

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Relax – This won’t hurt.

Hunter S. Thompson (1937-2005)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXVIII

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If this is dying, then I don’t think much of it.

Lytton Strachey (1880–1932)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXVII

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“What is the answer?” No answer came. She laughed and said, “In that case what is the question?”

Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXVI

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They couldn’t hit an elephant at this distance.

General John Sedgwick (1813-1864)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXV

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Lord take my soul, but the struggle continues.

Ken Saro-Wiwa (1941–1995)


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The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXIV

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So little done, so much to do.

Cecil Rhodes (1853–1902)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXIII

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I have a long journey to take, and must bid the company farewell.

Sir Walter Raleigh (circa 1552–1618)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXII

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I hope I haven’t bored you.

Elvis Presley (1935-1977)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXXI

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Let me go to the house of the Father.

Pope John Paul II (1920–2005)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXX

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I think I could eat one of Bellamy’s veal pies. (attributed)

William Pitt (1759–1806)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXIX

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I believe that a life lived for music is an existence spent wonderfully, and this is what I have dedicated my life to.

Luciano Pavarotti (1784–1865)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXVIII

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Die, my dear Doctor, that’s the last thing I shall do!

Lord Henry Temple Palmerston (1784–1865)

The Last Words of the Famous Part XXVII

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What do I tell the pilot to do?

Barbara Olson (1955–2001)

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