Isabel Allende Research Paper

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Isabel Allende 's impact on literature was to help her find the meaning to the world. She is an inspirational author who writes fiction. She is very talented. Her father is a Chilean government representative and her uncle was the Chilean president until he was assassinated. Her daughter, Paula Frìas Allende, died at the age of 29 in 1992. She went into a coma after complications of Porphyria had hospitalized her. Isabel is a famous author who writes novels, using fantasy and myth to override time and place. She was born on August 2, 1942, in Lima, Peru. Her father, Tomás(a Chilean government representative) and, her mother, Francisca Allende divorced when she was three. "After the divorce, Isabel traveled with her mother to Santiago, chile, where she was raised in her…show more content…
"While in exile, Isabel began work on her first novel, The House of the Spirits, which was published in 1982"("Encyclopedia of World Biography"). She worked for the television as an interviewer and news caster. Isabel moved to journalism and worked for Paula magazine as a journalist, editor and advice columnist. Her best-known works are the novels, The House of the Spirits and City of the beast. The House of the Spirits was adapted to screen and release in the United States as a film in 1994. Her novels are written in the style of magic realism. The House of the Spirits became a worldwide bestseller and critical success. Some of her works include Love and Shadows, The Infinite Plan, Daughter of Fortune, and Zorro. Isabel Allende is important because she not only has significant book achievements, but the love she shares with a few people, especially, her family. She is alive to this day. 73 years going strong. Isabel 's impact on literature was to help her find a meaning to the world. We all hope she comes out with another novel before she gets too old. At the age of 73 and looking healthy as ever, she may live to be at least 100 years old. She is living happily with her second
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