Margaret Atwood is a celebrated Canadian poet, essayist, novelist and environmental activist. She has a wide range of credentials in technical field, but she is known for her work in literature. A majority of her work is inspired by fairy tales and myths from her childhood. She is the winner of the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke and Prince of Asturias award for Literature. She was also inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame and nominated for the Booker’s Prize five times, eventually winning it once. Margaret Atwood has often portrayed female characters being suppressed due to patriarchy. Her writings press for the need of women empowerment in the face of prevalent gender bias. She is an ardent supporter of speculative fiction which she believes is different from the science fiction due to its realism. We have curated Margaret Atwood’s quotes from her writings, thoughts, observations, and general life. A collection of quotes by Margaret Attwood on age, animals, books, childhood, climate change, democracy, greed, humanity, inspiration, ignorance, literature, life, soul, technology, war, time, truth, writing etc.