"Paula"- Isabel Allende writes her sorrows to heal herself after her daughter becomes ill and dies.
“I can promise you that women working together – linked, informed and educated – can bring peace and prosperity to this forsaken planet.” Isabel Allende
Allende's uncle was assassinated in 1973. She was found refuge in Venezuela. Her first novel, arose from her exile.
In 2002, Allende became writing novels for young adults. The first being "City of the Beasts".
Isabel Allende is a Chilean writer. She was born 1942 and is 71 years old.
Allende started her career as a journalist. She did this until she could make enough money off her books.
Isabel Allende won the Chilean National Prize for Literature in 2010.
In 2007, Allende was name the 3rd most influential Latino in the world.
The House of the Spirits is Allende's most famous novel, written in 1982.
The Isabel Allende foundation is a charity started by Allende in 1996 to pay homage to her daughter.