Review: INES OF MY SOUL by Isabel Allende

Chile Con Mujeres

by Zee Edgell for Ms. Magazine (Jan. 21, 2007)

” Many readers will remember Isabel Allende’s bestselling The House of Spirits, her 1982 debut novel about a 20th-century family living in the unnamed country that represented her native Chile. In her latest work of historical fiction, Allende reaches back to the 16th century to recount the adventures of the real-life Inés Suarez, one of the few Spanish women who participated in Spain’s conquest of the New World and who is considered by some the founding mother of Chile. ”

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