Rose Macaulay was an English non-fiction writer known for her novels, autobiographies and travelogues. She debuted as a writer with ‘Abbots Verney’ followed by some other unsuccessful novels before her first successful novel ‘The Lee Shore’. She briefly served as a nurse and land girl during the First World War to return back with a series of satirical comic novels, including her first best-seller ‘Potterism’. This book helped her establish a reputation as a writer which was further increased with ‘Dangerous Ages’. This was followed by various novels. She turned to feed her love for history by publishing her historical novel titled ‘They Were Defeated’ while publishing some of her fictional novels. She took a break from writing during the Second World War to return with her travelogues like ‘They Went to Portugal’ and a fictional novel. Her last novel titled ‘The Towers of Trebizond’ became the most notable work of her life. We bring to a compilation of quotations and sayings by the popular writer which have been collected from her writings, thoughts, work and life. Go through the quotes and thoughts by Rose Macaulay which has a deep meaning and justify her intellect.