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50 Most Powerful Emma Donoghue Quotes

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50 Most Powerful Emma Donoghue Quotes

  • “Change for your own sake, if you must, not for what you imagine another will ask of you.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I guess the feminism in “Room” springs to mind most.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “People are locked up in all sorts of ways.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “There’s not a thing wrong with you, you’re right the whole way through.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Any parent knows how to be the ideal parent.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I’m finding that success is way more time-consuming than failure ever was.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “The way to my heart is through Belgian milk chocolate.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Maybe I’m a human, but I’m a me-and-Ma as well.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “People don’t always want to be with people. It gets tiring.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I must say, in the case of “Room,” both the book and the film, I don’t think being a lesbian author held me back at all.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Vitamins are medicine for not getting sick and going back to Heaven yet.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Everybody’s damaged by something.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Stories are a different kind of true.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I think it would be a shame for any writer to let their publishers in any way corral them into a single genre.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “If you have written something that the film people want, like a book, it does give you a way in.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “If I was made of cake I’d eat myself before somebody else could.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I and Ma have a deal, we’re going to try everything one time so we know what we like.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Sometimes you must shed your skin to save it.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “People move around so much in the world, things get lost.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I remember manners, that’s when people are scared to make other persons mad.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I think I know what it’s like to have a family that the outside world sees as peculiar or lacking.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I think there are few films out there that take motherhood seriously.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Nowadays, ‘invisibility’ was supposed to be the big problem, but the way I saw it was, all that mattered was to be visible to yourself.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I read three books a week.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I’ve certainly seen stats that if you have a woman director or a woman screenwriter, the number of female characters goes way up.” — Emma Donoghue

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  • “I hate desks; they make me feel like a child doing homework.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “You cannot predict literary success; the only way you can possibly aim for it is to do your thing and do it well.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Sometimes when persons say definitely it sounds actually less true.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Identity politics are wearisome; you don’t want to go on speaking for any one group as a writer.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Books are the air I breathe, so I don’t notice the seasons.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I’m a huge planner, more and more so as the years go by.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “When I was a little kid I thought like a little kid, but now I’m five I know everything.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “The sound of the pages turning was the sound of magic. The dry liquid feel of paper under fingertips was what magic felt like.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I’ve always been religiously inclined, but it doesn’t come up in most of my books.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I’m really not one of these procrastinators who cleans the house in order to put off writing, but life gets in the way.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I am clumsy, a late and nervous driver, and despise all sports except a little gentle dancing or yoga.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “For all the books in his possession, he still failed to read the stories written plain as day in the faces of the people around him.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Everyone’s got a different story.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “It’s painful to consider anything but writing.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Me and Ma have a deal, we’re going to try everything one time so we know what we like.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “People are locked up in all sorts of ways.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Maybe I’m a human, but I’m a me-and-Ma as well.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “For all the books in his possession, he still failed to read the stories written plain as day in the faces of the people around him.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I look back one more time. It’s like a crater, a hole where something happened.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “We used to call it her Cinderella complex, because often when she had agreed to go out in the evening she would be seized by panic and announce that she had nothing to wear.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “…Sometimes I suspect that what had really happened was that we became more resigned, more cynical, raised our pain thresholds as we lowered our expectations. All in all, settled for less.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “I am clumsy, a late and nervous driver, and despise all sports except a little gentle dancing or yoga.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “It’s called mind over matter. If we don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” When a bit of me hurts, I always mind.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Everyone’s got a different story.” — Emma Donoghue
  • “Scared is what you’re feeling. Brave is what you’re doing.” — Emma Donoghue

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