magical feminismby some critics), tells the story of a Chilean family over three generations. Allende's fiction also includes Of Love and Shadows (1984, tr. 1987) Eva Luna (1987, tr. 1988) The Infinite Plan (1991, tr. 1993), her first work set in the United States Daughter of Fortune (1998, tr. 1999) Portrait in Sepia (2001) Inés of My Soul (2006), the fictionalized life of a 16th-century conquistadora and Island beneath the Sea (2010), a tale of the 18th-century Haitian slave revolution.
See her memoirs, Paula (1994, tr. 1995), Aphrodite: A Memoir of the Senses (1997, tr. 1998), and My Invented Country (2003) J. Rodden, ed., Conversations with Isabel Allende (1999, repr. 2004) studies by W. Zinsser (1989), P. Hart (1989), S. R. Rojas and E. Aguirre, ed. (1991), R. G. Feal and Y. E. Miller, ed. (2002), L. G. Levine (2002), H. Bloom, ed. (2003), and K. C. Cox (2003).
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