Isabel Allende: Life and Spirits

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Arte Publico Press, 2002 - Authors, Chilean - 204 pages
A series of interviews with the Chilean author.
 

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This is an intimate interview/biography of passionate contemporary Latin American author Allende, who became a novelist when she transformed a letter she had written to her dying 99-year-old ... Read full review

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Contents

The Beginnings
1
Once Upon a Time
15
Good and Bad Fortune
21
Travels
25
Humor
31
Rebellions and Challenges
35
The House of the Spirits
41
A Chosen Destiny
51
Of Children and Books
99
Aphrodite
107
For Love
113
Muses Angels and Demons
127
Writing for the World
135
Success
139
Today
149
Writing
155

Of Love and Shadows
57
Eva Luna
63
The Stories of Eva Luna
71
The Infinite Plan
79
Paula
87
Daughter of Fortune
169
Portrait in Sepia
179
Chronology
197
Notes
201
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