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"Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them" -Margaret Atwood.

"Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them" -Margaret Atwood.

The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood

Ryan Sheffields posters with quotes from famous authors [12 pictures]

Ryan Sheffields posters with quotes from famous authors [12 pictures]

We never belonged to you. You never found us. It was always the other way round. Margaret Atwood

We never belonged to you. You never found us. It was always the other way round. Margaret Atwood

Gone mad is what they say, and sometimes run mad, as if maf is a different direction, like west, as if mad is a different house you could step into, or a separate country entirely. But when you go mad you don't go any other place, you stay where you are. And somebody else comes in. - Margaret Atwood, Alias Grace

Gone mad is what they say, and sometimes run mad, as if maf is a different direction, like west, as if mad is a different house you could step into, or a separate country entirely. But when you go mad you don't go any other place, you stay where you are. And somebody else comes in. - Margaret Atwood, Alias Grace

Some written in Diaries, some in Books and some will remain Untold but nothing will ever make your story less awesome

Some written in Diaries, some in Books and some will remain Untold but nothing will ever make your story less awesome

Margaret Atwood nails pervasive objectification of women and internalized misogyny.

Margaret Atwood nails pervasive objectification of women and internalized misogyny.

Margaret Atwood: Love & Destruction Mar 31, 1975 - an excerpt from Margaret Atwood’s first appearance at 92Y in March of 1975. She read from a collection of poems, You Are Happy. ( http://92yondemand.org/margaret-atwood-love-destruction/ )

Margaret Atwood: Love & Destruction Mar 31, 1975 - an excerpt from Margaret Atwood’s first appearance at 92Y in March of 1975. She read from a collection of poems, You Are Happy. ( http://92yondemand.org/margaret-atwood-love-destruction/ )

Margaret Atwood - Helen of Troy Does Counter Dancing

Margaret Atwood - Helen of Troy Does Counter Dancing

Intense feeling, or the absence of it.

Intense feeling, or the absence of it.

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