My Invented Country : Exploring the events of her life and the country in which she lived until Pinochet's military coup, Isabel Allende takes us on a highly personal tour through Chile, bringing it to life: a place of love charms and ghosts; of grandparents and great-grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends with whom readers of Allende's fiction will feel immediately at home. Rebellious and passionate, feminist long before she knew what feminism was, her love for (and sometimes exasperation with) Chile informs every line.
|Biography & Autobiography||Historical|
|Biography & Autobiography||Personal Memoirs|
|Biography & Autobiography||Women|