Author Isabel Allende talked about her book Paula during a discussion at Georgetown University. The book began as a series of letters Ms. Allende wrote to her fatally ill daughter and evolved into a family history. Ms. Allende is the niece of the former Chilean president Salvatore Allende. Following her prepared remarks, Ms. Allende answered questions from the audience. close
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