Isabel Allende

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Chilean-born novelist, now living in the United States

Isabel Allende on KCRW

Allende brings her emotional wisdom to the love lives of three generations of post World War II Asian and Jewish characters.

Isabel Allende: The Japanese Lover

Allende brings her emotional wisdom to the love lives of three generations of post World War II Asian and Jewish characters.

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Isabel Allende: Maya's Notebook

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Isabel Allende: Paula

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