Entry #189 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

To the madman, his own lunacy is as sane as a priest’s faith.”

Elvire Bruête
Parisian salon­nière (1683–1766)

Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Elvire Bruête”? Solve the puzzle if you can. • The solution to last week’s quotee anagram is: “Equilibrium.”

Father, son, husband, friend and writer by day; asleep by night. Happily pondering the immortality of the crab wherever words are shared.

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