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Review: The Stories of Eva Luna

Editorial Review - - Zakia M

I always imagined the art of writing romantically, inkstained fingertips and crumpled piles of paper about my feet. In reality, my writing life is spent chasing a blinking cursor back and forth across a computer screen. However, I imagine Isabel Allende to be a writer in the rudimentary sense of the word. Unlikely as it is, I picture her with plume, ink pot and vellum, the light of a candle at her ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A collection of magical-realist short stories narrated by Allende's recent heroine, Eva Luna (Eva Luna, 1988; Of Love and Shadows, 1987; The House of Spirits, 1985), which are set in nameless Latin ... Read full review

The stories of Eva Luna

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Born in Chile but now living in Northern California, Allende is the first female Latin American novelist to become well-known to the American reading public. Her novels-- The House of the Spirits ( LJ ... Read full review

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