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"The wise man dies no better or more wisely than the fool."
— From the book God Knows (1984) by Joseph Heller, an American satirical novelist, short story writer and playwright. His best known work is Catch-22, a novel about American servicemen during World War II. The title of this work entered the English lexicon to refer to absurd, no-win choices, particularly in situations in which the desired outcome of the choice is an impossibility, and regardless of choice, the same negative outcome is a certainty. Heller is widely regarded as one of the best post–World War II satirists

"The wise man dies no better or more wisely than the fool."

— From the book God Knows (1984) by Joseph Heller, an American satirical novelist, short story writer and playwright. His best known work is Catch-22, a novel about American servicemen during World War II. The title of this work entered the English lexicon to refer to absurd, no-win choices, particularly in situations in which the desired outcome of the choice is an impossibility, and regardless of choice, the same negative outcome is a certainty. Heller is widely regarded as one of the best post–World War II satirists

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