Life’s Work: An Interview with Isabel Allende

"Isabel Allende conceived her first novel, The House of the Spirits, as a letter to her dying grandfather. Although it became an international best seller, she would write one more successful book before feeling secure enough to quit her day job. Her catalog now spans more than 20 titles, including The Japanese Lover, released last year."

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