Isabel Allende is the famous and successful Latin-American author of over 16 books who fled to Venezuela for 13 years after receiving death threats due to a misguided perception by the government.
Isabel has seen some of the best and worst acts of human-kind with her own eyes. Her books have contributed greatly to Latin-American literature–she talks regularly to audiences about her experiences and perceptions of events growing up.
But what are her passions?
What drives her?
In this passionate talk – Isabel Allende discusses not just her experiences, but also her interpretations of society as a whole – including women, feminism, children – and conflict.
Watch Isabel describe her vivid experiences and interpretations of society and its attitudes.