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Allende, Isabel, "Writing As an Act of Hope," in Paths of Resistance: The Art and Craft of the Political Novel, edited by William Zinsser, Houghton Mifflin, 1989, pp. 39-63.

Allende describes the violence, poverty, and beauty of Latin America, and explains that storytelling is the best medium for communicating its truths. "I write," she reveals, "so that people will love each other more."

de Carvalho, Susan, "Escrituras y Escritoras: The Artist- Protagonist of Isabel Allende," in Discurso Literario, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1992, pp. 59-67.

An essay examining the character of Eva Luna, and how she uses storytelling as a means of self-examination. Although this essay refers to the novel Eva Luna, its insights may be profitably applied to the narrator of "And of Clay Are We Created."

Leonard, Kathy S., ed., Index to Translated Short Fiction by Latin-American Women in English Language Anthologies, Greenwood, 1997.

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