Dos Palabras

Dos Palabras None

  • Title: Dos Palabras
  • Author: Isabel Allende
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  • Page: 475
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    • Dos Palabras By Isabel Allende
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      Posted by:Isabel Allende
      Published :2019-01-13T18:17:47+00:00

    About "Isabel Allende"

    1. Isabel Allende

      Isabel Allende Llona is a Chilean American novelist Allende, who writes in the magic realism tradition, is considered one of the first successful women novelists in Latin America She has written novels based in part on her own experiences, often focusing on the experiences of women, weaving myth and realism together She has lectured and done extensive book tours and has taught literature at several US colleges She currently resides in California with her husband Allende adopted U.S citizenship in 2003.

    479 thoughts on “Dos Palabras”

    1. Amazing! I so enjoyed this short story. It has the grace of South American small cities. I miss it so!! And I have but one wish that I can write as cleanly and beautifully as Isabel Allende when I finally grow up!


    2. Dos palabras es un cuento maravilloso que se trata de una mujer Belisa Crepusculario una mujer luchadora que elegio su propionate nombre y destino de ser "vendedora de palabras." Lo sugiero.


    3. ¡Excelente historia!Es muy cautivadora e interesante.Y, aunque al final te deja con la interrogante (¿cuáles fueron esas dos palabras), vale la pena leer esta corta historia.



    4. I LOVE-LOVE-LOVE this tale <3I read it for the first time when I was 15 years old and it blew my mind thinking about those two words, even now everytime I read it again.



    5. I had to read this short story for my AP Spanish literature class and out of the thousands that i read this one was by far my favorite and remains my favorite short story to this day!



    6. This was recommended on a list of best short stories. Good enough. Not one that will stay with me forever.


    7. HA! I read the first part in an ACT practice test and the rest in my 11th grade lit class for the magical realism unit. It was great! One of the best magical realism stories I have ever read!


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