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    'There is no history, only fictions of varying degrees of plausibility'

    Apparently written by Voltaire, but I can't find an actual source (text, document, book) that where it explicitly said he wrote it. Can anyone help or know where the quote actually came from
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    I think it is actually by Gore Vidal from 1876, albeit expressing sentiments previously made by others, including Voltaire.

    Here is a link to a reference where the quote is ascribed.

    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...y'&f=false
 
 
 
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