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The Soul of a Woman

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Isabel Allende

Isabel Allende, like many others, is spending the coronavirus pandemic at her home. She has the company of her two dogs and her third husband, Roger, whom she got to know in 2016. In some ways, Isabel's feelings for Roger are similar to those she had for past romantic partners. While it wasn't as intense as the passion she experienced with Willie, her previous husband –⁠ hormones do change over time –⁠ their relationship still developed quickly. After hearing Isabel speak on the radio, Roger wrote her a letter which led to an exchange of messages every morning and night for five months before they decided to meet up. Isabel starts her day by acknowledging the spirits of her departed relatives and expressing gratitude for love, good health, and her writing. She still envisions a future where patriarchy ends, replaced by an inclusive and fair society living in harmony on a clean planet filled with joy.

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What's it about?

The Soul of a Woman is a sincere and introspective reflection on life, feminism, and the essence of womanhood. Delving into the author's personal experiences, the book examines themes of women's struggles, love, aspirations, aging, and mistreatment. This book tells the story of not only one woman but also of all women.

Book summary

Isabel Allende, like many others, is spending the coronavirus pandemic at her home. She has the company of her two dogs and her third husband, Roger, whom she got to know in 2016. In some ways, Isabel's feelings for Roger are similar to those she had for past romantic partners. While it wasn't as intense as the passion she experienced with Willie, her previous husband –⁠ hormones do change over time –⁠ their relationship still developed quickly. After hearing Isabel speak on the radio, Roger wrote her a letter which led to an exchange of messages every morning and night for five months before they decided to meet up. Isabel starts her day by acknowledging the spirits of her departed relatives and expressing gratitude for love, good health, and her writing. She still envisions a future where patriarchy ends, replaced by an inclusive and fair society living in harmony on a clean planet filled with joy.

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