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by Isabel Allende

  • ISBN: 3548603998
  • Category: Arts and Literature
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Isabel Allende
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: List Verlag (2003)
  • ePub book: 1216 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1415 kb
  • Other: lit mbr mobi docx
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 819

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Isabel Allende (American Spanish: (listen); born August 2, 1942) is a Chilean writer. Allende, whose works sometimes contain aspects of the genre magical realism, is known for novels such as The House of the Spirits (La casa de los.

Isabel Allende (American Spanish: (listen); born August 2, 1942) is a Chilean writer. Allende, whose works sometimes contain aspects of the genre magical realism, is known for novels such as The House of the Spirits (La casa de los espíritus, 1982) and City of the Beasts (La ciudad de las bestias, 2002), which have been commercially successful.

Isabel Allende has mesmerized readers throughout the world with her own blend of magical realism, politics, and romance. With Paula Allende has written a tour de force, a powerful autobiography whose straightforward acceptance of the magical and spiritual worlds will remind readers of her first book, The House of the Spirits. Paula is a soul-baring memoir that, like a novel of suspense, one reads without drawing a breath. The point of departure for these moving pages is tragic personal experience. In December 1991, Isabel Allende’s daughter Paula became gravely ill and shortly thereafter fell.

Paula, who had learned to drive, ferried him around to stables, henhouses, and friends’ bathrooms to collect the raw material for his experiment, which he stored in the house under the always present danger that heat would cause the gases to explode and coat the entire neighborhood with shit. The camaraderie of their childhood had been transformed into a solid complicity that bound them together till Paula’s last day of consciousness. That pair of slender adolescents tacitly understood my determination to bury that painful episode in our lives.

National Book Award, 2018. Interview on Democracy NOW, 2017. Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards Ceremony, 2017. City Club Cleveland, 2017. TED - Vancouver, 2014. CCTV America by Mike Kirsch, 2014. On García Márquez, Democracy NOW, 2014. Ripper book trailer, 2014.

Chilean author, storyteller and activist in support of women and children.

PAULA FRIAS ALLENDE Epigraph We did not come to remain whole. Part Two :May to December 1992. Epilogue: Christmas 1992. Books by Isabel Allende. Insights, Interviews & More. We came to lose our leaves like the trees, The trees that are broken And start again, drawing up from the great. In December 1991 my daughter, Paula, fell gravely ill and soon thereafter sank into a coma.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With an enchanting blend of magical realism, politics, and romance reminiscent of her classic bestseller The House of the Spirits.

Paula, Isabel Allende Paula is a 1992 memoir by Isabel Allende. She intended to write a straightforward narrative about the darkest experience of her own life

Paula, Isabel Allende Paula is a 1992 memoir by Isabel Allende. She intended to write a straightforward narrative about the darkest experience of her own life. But the book is a tribute to her deceased daughter Paula Frías Allende, who fell into a porphyria-induced coma in 1991 and never recovered. اریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه ژانویه سال 1999 میلادی عنوان: پائولا؛ نویسنده: ایزابل آلنده؛ مترجم: مریم بیات؛ تهران، علم، چاپ دوم 1378؛ در 438 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، سخن، 1380؛ شابک: 9646961592؛ چاپ پنجم: 1388؛ Paula, Isabel Allende Paula is a 1992 memoir by Isabel Allende.

Chilean writer Isabel Allende has long been noted for her distinctive blend of magical realism and political and . Here, we select five of her best works, giving a broad oversight of Allende’s enthralling and often challenging portfolio. The House of the Spirits

Chilean writer Isabel Allende has long been noted for her distinctive blend of magical realism and political and social insight. Here, we select five of her best works. The House of the Spirits. It is fairly well-recognised by now that The House of the Spirits (Spanish: La Casa de los Espíritus) is Allende’s masterwork.

Isabel Allende, Chilean American writer in the magic realist tradition who was one of the first successful women novelists from Latin America.

Comments

Danial Danial
This story was written to honour the life of the author's young daughter who suffers from a life-threatening disease. Allende follows the family history through the turbulence of the military coup in Chile to their struggle to adapt to a new life in North America after their escape. The central character is Paula, her daughter, but each member of this eccentric family plays his or her part in this engrossing, emotionally charged story of love, loss, courage and fear. It a pean to the special love between a mother and daughter, and the triumph of the spirit. Compelling reading. Highly recommended.
Orevise Orevise
Wow que historia fascinante de amor, dolor y éxito. La agilidad de Allende para describir sus emociones causan que el lector se apropie de ellas. Su abilidad para entretejer la historia de Chile y latinoamericana durante esos años conecta a cualquier latinoamericano que vivió esos años con ese pasado común que enfrentamos en las décadas de los sesentas, setentas y ochentas. Años de dolor pero de cambio que nos inspiran a apreciar la herencia que podemos transmitir a nuestros hijos nacidos en Estados Unidos. Gracias Isabel Allende por expresar con tus propias palabras todos mis sentimientos.
Camper Camper
An emotional, endearing and wonderful read! I enjoyed following Isabel Allende's path through the most painful experience a parent can have: the death of her 27 year old daughter of a terrible, unusual and strange genetic illness: porphyry. Her heartbreaking road takes her to tell the story of her family and her own in a humorous, entertaining and at time painful way. I read the book in Spanish, which is doubly rewarding as the richness of Allende's communications skills in her maternal language become outstanding following colloquial Chilean expressions that can be absolutely untranslatable funny. With "Paula" the reader will enjoy a taste of Chile's tragic history especially during the 60s and 70s, of the country's amazing geographical beauty, customs and the resilience and richness of the people. I loved it!
Windforge Windforge
This book will make you feel you belong in Isabel's own family. You will laugh, cry, feel joy, and never want the book to end. At least all of this happened to me. I have read various Allende books (she is my favorite author btw) and this might be my favorite book of hers. It's a tough statement to make because all of her books are incredible and so rich with detail and always contain strong and interesting characters; but this particular book was very emotional and felt extremely personal and for that it made me love it even more. Once you read this I strongly urge you to read The Sum Of Our Days. I think the two should be read close together to get the full impact of this time in Isabel's life.
Sat Sat
A writer who can make you laugh, smile, and cry in the same chapter is indeed a writer to be cherished. Such is the case with Allende's Paula. As a mother, I suffered with Allende's description of her struggle to keep her comatose daughter alive, yet amid the tragedy she could digress and recall earlier periods of laughter and funny irony. Even in the midst of the anguish of trying to find a way to communicate with her inert daughter, she found comic relief in the drama of the lives of other patients in the hospital. The author provides compelling stories of her early childhood, great loves, and introduces a parade of interesting characters. All these are gently interwoven with a description of historical events and political turmoil in Chile creating a provocative glimpse of an era which I suspect most US readers were probably unaware. A tender and sensitive description of loss, tragedy, and of finding peace, Paula is indeed one of my more revered reads for this year.
Biaemi Biaemi
I am a huge fan of Allende’s writing had read several other of books before this one. “Paula” is a powerful, achingly honest account of a mother struggling to deal with her daughter’s living death. As Isabel chronicles her own life to try and hold onto sanity while keeping vigil, she gives her readers great insight into her novels.
Mori Mori
I loved this novel because of the way Isabel Allende used to communicate with her dying daughter. It made me think in the way mothers try to console their kids when they are sick. Most of the time we try to entertain them to keep them away from their pains. She does something similar telling her all her past. Even though Paula cannot hear, she continues talking and talking about their past. Isabel Allende is a great story teller, she transport you in space and in the journey you cannot avoid laughing or crying. I like her as a writer, she opens her heart and invites you to participate in the story. I also admire her because most of her novels are based on true stories and many of them. are personal stories. She is not afraid to be judged or criticized.
Wow. That's all I have to say. Wow. Also, I learned a lot about South America in the 1970s, and that was a plus. But for Isabel Allende to share something so personal, so raw was extra-special for me, because someone very dear to me also is in a long coma, as Paula was.