Isabel Allende

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Chilean-born novelist, now living in the United States

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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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