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House of Spirits

Summary: The House of Spirits - Allende, Isabel Women and their representation of the innocence of human life.

"The House of Spirits"

"Many children fly like birds, guess other people's dreams, and speak with ghosts, but that they all outgrow it when they lose their innocence" (Allende 8). This quotes lies behind the many meaningful treasures found throughout this novel. This quote was directed to Nivea, the mother of Clara, from Nana. The women in this novel represent the innocence of human life. Nivea, Rosa, Clara, Blanca and Alba are all pure spirits, each unique and hold a special place in the readers heart. Each of these three women move on their own instincts, do as they please, fight for that they want and have love in their hearts that mark other souls. However, this quote does not hold truth to the outgrowth of any of these qualities. They may lose their innocence in some way, shape or form, but they never lose the innocence of their...

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