Paula PDF/EPUB á Pasta blanda

Paula PDF/EPUB á Pasta blanda Paula es el libro m s conmovedor, m s personal y m s ntimo de Isabel Allende Junto al lecho en que agonizaba su hija Paula, la gran narradora chilena escribi la historia de su familia y de s misma con el prop sito de regal rsela a Paula cuando sta superara el dram tico trance El resultado se convirti en un autorretrato de ins lita emotividad y en una exquisita recreaci n de la sensibilidad de las mujeres de nuestra poca


10 thoughts on “Paula

  1. Brina Brina says:

    Isabel Allende has long been my favorite author since I read her House of the Spirits for the first time nearly twenty years ago Since then, I have reread her opus three times, as well as a number of her novels and memoir The Sum of Our Days Until now, however, I had been avoiding her first memoir Paula, which details the year and a half of her life where she dealt with her daughter s long


  2. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Paula, Isabel AllendePaula is a 1992 memoir by Isabel Allende She intended to write a straightforward narrative about the darkest experience of her own life But the book is a tribute to her deceased daughter Paula Fr as Allende, who fell into a porphyria induced coma in 1991 and never recovered 1999 1378 438 1380 9646961592 1388 9 Paula, Isabel AllendePaula is a 1992 memoir by Isabel Allende She i


  3. Lorna Lorna says:

    Paula by Isabel Allende is an autobiographical account of her family s experiences in Chile, writing feverishly at the bedside of her daughter, Paula, as she lay in a coma from a genetic neurological disease in Barcelona, Spain At first it was written for Paula so that she will not be lost or afraid when she awoke then as it became clearer that this wouldn t happen, Allende continued to write as a cathar


  4. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    What do you want us to learn, PaulaAfter reading up to her closing lines Godspeed, Paula, woman Welcome, Paula, spirit on page 330 of this amazing 1995 published memoir, still the question above is the one that reverberates inside my head This is one of the questions the 49 y o Chilean American novelist, Isabel Allende asked her 29 y o comatose daughter, Paula Frias Allende.The reason is Bhang My 29 y o officemat


  5. Book Concierge Book Concierge says:

    When Isabel Allende s daughter became gravely ill and fell into a coma, the author spent days at Paula s bedside At her own mother s urging, Allende began to write the story of her family for Paula in an attempt to connect her child with her ancestors,so that when you wake up you will not feel so lost Evocative, heart rending, luminous, suspenseful, triumphant I cannot think of enough adjectives to describe this beautifu


  6. Fran Fran says:

    The heartbreaking and heartwarming recount of the days and years that preceded the death of Paula, Isabel Allende s daughter This is a story of hope and happiness, brought to the surface of a white page as the last letter of a grieving mother to her daughter It s also the story of Allende s days as she starts writing, as she survives poverty in a foreign country, as she finds the love of her life It s an ode to perseverance, to


  7. Joyce Joyce says:

    This book has got to be one of the most heartfelt and soulful books I have ever read Although the book is entitled Paula, it is very much about Isabel, her life and her relationship with her daughter Paula Paula has become very sick, went into a coma and that s where the book starts The writing and the feelings of Isabelle are real, raw and relatable I never realized the history of her home country, Chile and the devastating time of the


  8. Hend Hend says:

    very touchingmake you cry with isable allende


  9. Kristen Kristen says:

    Several years ago I read Isabel Allende s fiction and remembered liking it, so enroute to the library checkout I grabbed her nonfiction book, Paula, on impulse I have mixed feelings about it It is a definite page turner, alternating between the true story of Allende s daughter Paula and her terrible health condition, and the flashbacks of Allende s own very eventful life Allende wrote the personal history as a way of telling Paula her story and staying


  10. Denisa Arsene Denisa Arsene says:

    What a wonderful epic story An ode to life, to love, to the unique bond between mother and child I am so so sorry for the lost It is hard even to imagine the hurt of a mother who accompanies his child to death I want to write about its beauty but I am afraid I won t pay respect to a devastating hurt I ve just met Allende in December, 2019 when I was reading The House of Spirits It just captivated me with her easy heart breaking style, in parts filled with sorr


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