The Japanese Lover OverviewHaunted by her past, Irina Bazili found peace working at Lark House, especially after the eccentric Alma Belasco took the girl under her wing in the novel “The Japanese Lover” by Isabel Allende. Irina and Seth Belasco, Alma’s grandson, worked together to uncover Alma’s history including the story behind a hidden love affair spanning most of Alma’s life. Themes in the novel include social class, secrets, enduring love and materialism.
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Isabel Allende Biographies (4)
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The author of several novels and a short fiction collection, as well as plays and stories for children, Isabel Allende (born 1942) has received international acclaim for her writing.Allende earned the...
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Chilean novelist Isabel Allende has been critically acclaimed for her unique prose style. In addition to her use of a technique called "magic realism," Allende's works are noted for their underlying f...
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Isabel Allende is the best-known and most widely read woman writer from Latin America. When the English translation of her widely acclaimed first novel, La casa de los espíritus (1982), appear...
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Biography EssayIsabel Allende is the best-known and most widely read woman writer from Latin America. When the English translation of her widely acclaimed first novel, La casa de los espiritus (1982...