Woman's Voice in Latin American LiteratureStreaming Video - 2005
Isabel Allende, the most recent Latin American novelist to bestride the world literary stage-and the first Latin American woman-describes the emotions that inform her fiction and the events that set them in motion. Niece of the deposed (and presumably assassinated) Chilean Marxist president Salvador Allende, she fled Chile in terror and blossomed in exile to write of the love, hate, and revenge that shape the lives of people she knew, or dreamt about: her characters, her own legend in the making.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1991
Alternative Title: Woman's voice in Latin American literature