Margaret Atwood Quotes and its meanings

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

Age Freedom Gardening Hope Love Power Relationship Religion Respect Science Society Valentinesday War

Margaret Atwood quotes about Gardening

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What does Margaret Atwood write about?

Margaret Atwood has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, freedom, gardening, hope, love, power, relationship, religion, respect, science, society, valentinesday & war. People always share Age quotes, Freedom quotes, gardening, hope, love, power, relationship, religion, respect & science from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Margaret Atwood?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Margaret Atwood.

  • Another belief of mine that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise.
  • I've never understood why people consider youth a time of freedom and joy. It's probably because they have forgotten their own.
  • Gardening is not a rational act.
  • I hope that people will finally come to realize that there is only one 'race' - the human race - and that we are all members of it.
  • The Eskimos had fifty-two names for snow because it was important to them: there ought to be as many for love.
  • A word after a word after a word is power.
  • Time is compressed like the fist I close on my knee... I hold inside it the clues and solutions and the power for what I must do now.
  • I don't think the relationship between novels and realities are one to one. Of course novels play different roles. It's essentially just a long narrative form. What you use that long narrative form for can be very different.
  • If I were going to convert to any religion I would probably choose Catholicism because it at least has female saints and the Virgin Mary.
  • If I pick up a book with spaceships on the cover, I want spaceships. If I see one with dragons, I want there to be dragons inside the book. Proper labeling. Ethical labeling. I don't want to open up my cornflakes and find that they're full of pebbles... You need to respect the reader enough not to call it something it isn't.