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Additional Resources for Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende

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Further Reading

Bloom, Harold, ed., Isabel Allende, Chelsea House Publishers, 2002.

This book is a new collection of essays devoted to the writings of Isabel Allende, including an essay titled "The Struggle for Space: Feminism and Freedom" by Ronie-Richelle Garcia-Johnson.

Boessenecker, John, Gold Dust and Gunsmoke: Tales of Gold Rush Outlaws, Gunfighters, Lawmen, and Vigilantes, John Wiley & Sons, 1999.

Although Hollywood has created an image of the Wild West as encompassing all the western territories, Boessenecker demonstrates that most of the notorious characters were concentrated in the California gold rush areas, writing this fact-based account to put faces and dates on the real people who fought hard (and not always fairly) for a chance to strike it rich. This is a well-written and intriguing book.

Kaufman, Edy, Crisis in Allende's Chile: New Perspectives, Praeger Publishers, 1988.

This book was written a decade after the overthrow of Salvador Allende and offers another view...

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