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
'Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.' Margaret Atwood
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 nails pervasive objectification of women and internalized misogyny.
Me gustaría ser el aire que te habita, sólo por un momento. Me gustaría ser eso desapercibido y que es necesario.