Allende, Isabel: Principal Works
ISABEL ALLENDE: PRINCIPAL WORKS
El embajador (play) 1972
* Civilice a su troglodita: Los impertinentes de Isabel Allende (essays) 1974
La casa de los espíritus [The House of the Spirits] (novel) 1982
De amor y de sombra [Of Love and Shadows] (novel) 1984
La gorda de porcelana (juvenilia) 1984
Eva Luna (novel) 1987
Cuentos de Eva Luna [The Stories of Eva Luna] (short stories) 1989
El plan infinito [The Infinite Plan] (novel) 1991
Paula (memoir) 1994
Afrodita: Cuentos, recetas y otros afrodisiacos [Aphrodite: A Memoir of the Senses] (essays, folklore, and short stories) 1997
Hija de la fortuna [Daughter of Fortune] (novel) 1999
Retrato en sepia [Portrait in Sepia] (novel) 2000
La ciudad de las bestias [City of the Beasts] (juvenilia) 2002
Mi pas inventado: Un paseo nostalgico por Chile [My
Invented Country: A Nostalgic Journey through Chile] (memoirs and prose) 2003
El reino del dragon oro [The Kingdom of the Golden Dragon] (juvenilia) 2003
* This work is a compilation of Allende's "Los impertinentes" columns for Paula magazine.
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