Isabel Allende’s 19 books of fiction and memoir have sold nearly 60 million copies worldwide, have been translated into 35 languages, and have gained best-seller status in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Australia. The House of the Spirits and Of Love and Shadows were adapted into motion pictures. Daughter of Fortune was an Oprah Winfrey Book Club selection.
Ms. Allende’s position as a woman working within the traditions of Latin American literature has led her to create strikingly original stories and characters, and she remains a consistently intriguing and rewarding writer. Her position as a strong and eloquent advocate for both women and Latinos makes her one of the most compelling voices in publishing today.
This video is a sample from a film that is now in production. It is being produced, written and directed by Jeff Sewald.
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