Isabel Allende Quotes and its meanings

Isabel Allende has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Change Courage Death Dreams Education Experience Family Fear Freedom Home Marriage Men Nature Peace Power Society War Women

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What does Isabel Allende write about?

Isabel Allende has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, change, courage, death, dreams, education, experience, family, fear, freedom, home, marriage, men, nature, peace, power, society, war & women. People always share Age quotes, Change quotes, courage, death, dreams, education, experience, family, fear & freedom from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Isabel Allende?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Isabel Allende.

  • I was born in ancient times, at the end of the world, in a patriarchal Catholic and conservative family. No wonder that by age five I was a raging feminist - although the term had not reached Chile yet, so nobody knew what the heck was wrong with me.
  • For real change, we need feminine energy in the management of the world. We need a critical number of women in positions of power, and we need to nurture the feminine energy in men.
  • In times of conflict, war, poverty or religious fundamentalism, women and children are the first and most numerous victims. Women need all their courage today.
  • All stories interest me, and some haunt me until I end up writing them. Certain themes keep coming up: justice, loyalty, violence, death, political and social issues, freedom.
  • I'm aware of the mystery around us, so I write about coincidences, premonitions, emotions, dreams, the power of nature, magic.
  • Giving women education, work, the ability to control their own income, inherit and own property, benefits the society. If a woman is empowered, her children and her family will be better off. If families prosper, the village prospers, and eventually so does the whole country.
  • The fact that I am a writer comes from the experience of being cut away from my roots and living in Venezuela, where I couldn't find a place for myself, for years and years.
  • What I fear most is power with impunity. I fear abuse of power, and the power to abuse.
  • I have more freedom when I write fiction, but my memoirs have had a much stronger impact on my readers. Somehow the 'message,' even if I am not even aware that there is one, is conveyed better in this form.
  • I am an American citizen and it is my home now. I like the U.S.A., which is not a place too many people have liked since Bush. The U.S. has a young population, and everything can change within a year.