Barbara Kingsolver Quotes & Sayings (Page 5)

Barbara Kingsolver quotes and sayings page 5 (novelist). Here's quote # 41 through 50 out of the 68 we have.

Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“After 'The Poisonwood Bible' was published, several people believed that my parents were missionaries, which could not be further from the truth.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“I know I'm a rare person, a trained scientist who writes fiction, because so few contemporary novelists engage with science.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“I live in a rural part of Virginia surrounded by farms and farmers.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“It kills you to see them grow up. But I guess it would kill you quicker if they didn't.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“Nonfiction requires enormous discipline. You construct the terms of your story, and then you stick to them.”
“It's a funny thing: people often ask how I discipline myself to write. I can't begin to understand the question. For me, the discipline is turning off the computer and leaving my desk to do something else.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“As a biologist, I can't think of myself as anything but an animal among animals and plant.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“I grew up aware of all the people I depended on and who depended on me.”
Barbara Kingsolver Quotes
“Most of my books have been about the complex ways an individual depends on community.”
“I can count all the ways in which being a mother has enriched my understanding of the world, of character, my sense of the future and my attachment to it. I can't imagine what kind of writer I'd be if I didn't have my kids.”

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