35 Top Kingsley Amis Quotes To Keep You From Going Astray
Poet, novelist and lecturer
Clapham, London, England
Kingsley Amis was a renowned English novelist, poet and a teacher known for his versatile writing skills. After graduating from the renowned University of Oxford he served as a lecturer at the University of Wales Swansea. During this period he wrote his first novel which was believed to be an ideal book of 1950’s and turned out to be his most notable work. Kingsley has written on various genres including novels, short stories, science, and mystery and was known as the ‘master of every genre’. He wrote some more novels before his next notable work ‘Take A Girl Like You’ which nurtured his reputation and popularity as an author. He even wrote some successful novels on science and horror. His poems portrayed him as an atheist as they reflected his disdain towards God. During the late 1960’s he wrote James Bond novels which were well appreciated by the masses and during final years of his career he became an Anthologist and also wrote many poems and essays. The below collection of Kingsley Amis’s notable quotes and thoughts has been excerpted from his poems, novels, books, essays, writings and other work. Here is a collection of sayings and quotations by Kingsley Amis on cynicism, history, pessimism, atheism, sex, religion, feelings, misogyny, humor, superstitions and traditions.