Isabel Allende

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 7:30PM

Isabel Allende
Single tickets not on sale

A Rare Public Appearance
An Evening with
Isabel Allende
Wed, Apr 19 / 7:30 PM / Granada Theatre
$39 / $24 / $11 all students (with valid ID)
Prices Include Facility Fee

“Allende’s books feel like ornate fairy tales, velvety and otherworldly and sly, as full of mystery as history.” Los Angeles Times

Literary legend Isabel Allende is beloved for sweeping narrative mixed with deeply personal, deftly political, evocatively historical writing. Allende wrote her acclaimed first novel, The House of the Spirits, in exile from her home country of Chile. She has since written 20 more works of fiction and memoir, including her latest work, The Japanese Lover. Among today’s most respected authors, Allende is an unapologetic romantic whose enduring passion blends with her unique wisdom gained from the experiences that have shaped her life. In a rare public appearance, “the queen of magical realism” (Los Angeles Times) weaves together her family history, literary trailblazing and the sorrows and heart-stirring beauty of the human condition.

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