Isabel Allende Books In Order

Daughter Of Fortune Books In Publication Order

  1. Daughter of Fortune (1999)
  2. Portrait in Sepia (2001)

City Of The Beasts Books In Publication Order

  1. City of the Beasts (2002)
  2. Kingdom of the Golden Dragon (2004)
  3. Forest of the Pygmies (2004)

Standalone Novels In Publication Order

  1. The House of the Spirits (1982)
  2. Of Love and Shadows (1984)
  3. Eva Luna (1986)
  4. The Infinite Plan (1991)
  5. Zorro (2005)
  6. Inés of My Soul (2006)
  7. Island Beneath the Sea (2009)
  8. Maya’s Notebook (2011)
  9. Ripper (2013)
  10. The Japanese Lover (2015)
  11. In the Midst of Winter (2017)
  12. A Long Petal of the Sea (2019)
  13. The Soul of a Woman (2020)
  14. Violeta (2022)

Short Story Collections In Publication Order

  1. The Stories of Eva Luna (1989)
  2. Aphrodite: A Memoir of Senses (1998)

Graphic Novels In Publication Order

  1. Zorro, Volume 1 (2009)

Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order

  1. Paths of Resistance (With: Gore Vidal,Charles McCarry) (1989)
  2. Paula (1994)
  3. Mothers and Sons (1996)
  4. Conversations with Isabel Allende (1999)
  5. My Invented Country: A Nostalgic Journey Through Chile (2003)
  6. The Sum of Our Days (2007)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. Better Than Fiction: True Travel Tales From Great Fiction Writers (2012)

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Isabel Allende Books Overview

Daughter of Fortune

Orphaned at birth, Eliza Sommers is raised in the British colony of Valpara so, Chile, by the well intentioned Victorian spinster Miss Rose and her more rigid brother Jeremy. Just as she meets and falls in love with the wildly inappropriate Joaqu n Andieta, a lowly clerk who works for Jeremy, gold is discovered in the hills of northern California. By 1849, Chileans of every stripe have fallen prey to feverish dreams of wealth. Joaqu n takes off for San Francisco to seek his fortune, and Eliza, pregnant with his child, decides to follow him. So begins Isabel Allende’s enchanting new novel, Daughter of Fortune, her most ambitious work of fiction yet. As we follow her spirited heroine on a perilous journey north in the hold of a ship to the rough and tumble world of San Francisco and northern California, we enter a world whose newly arrived inhabitants are driven mad by gold fever. A society of single men and prostitutes among whom Eliza moves with the help of her good friend and savior, the Chinese doctor Tao Chien California opens the door to a new life of freedom and independence for the young Chilean. Her search for the elusive Joaqu n gradually turns into another kind of journey that transforms her over time, and what began as a search for love ends up as the conquest of personal freedom. By the time she finally hears news of him, Eliza must decide who her true love really is. Daughter of Fortune is a sweeping portrait of an era, a story rich in character, history, violence, and compassion. In Eliza, Allende has created one of her most appealing heroines, an adventurous, independent minded, and highly unconventional young woman who has the courage to reinvent herself and to create her own destiny in a new country. A marvel of storytelling, Daughter of Fortune confirms once again Isabel Allende’s extraordinary gift for fiction and her place as one of the world’s leading writers.

Portrait in Sepia

In nineteenth century Chile, Aurora del Valle suffers a brutal trauma that erases all recollections of the first five years of her life. Raised by her regal and ambitious grandmother Paulina del Valle, Aurora grows up in a privileged environment but is tormented by horrible nightmares. When she is forced to recognize her betrayal at the hands of the man she loves, and to cope with the resulting solitude, she explores the mystery of her past. About the Author Born in Peru and raised in Chile, Isabel Allende is the author of eight novels, including, most recently, Zorro, Portrait in Sepia, and Daughter of Fortune. She has also written a collection of stories; three memoirs, including My Invented Country and Paula; and a trilogy of children’s novels. Her books have been translated into more than twenty seven languages and have become bestsellers across four continents. In 2004 she was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Isabel Allende lives in California. Nacida en Per y criada en Chile, Isabel Allende es la autora de nueve novelas incluyendo m’s recientemente Zorro, Retrato en Sepia, Hija de la Fortuna e In s del Alma M a. Tambi n ha escrito cuentos cortos, tres libros autobiogr ficos incluyendo Mi Pa s Inventado y Paula, y una trilog a de libros para j venes. Sus libros han sido traducidos a m s de 27 idiomas y son bestsellers a trav s del mundo entero. En 2004, fue nombrada a la Academia de Artes y Letras de los Estados Unidos. Vive en California.

City of the Beasts

An ecological romance with a pulsing heart, equal parts Rider Haggard and Chico Buarque one of the world’s greatest and most beloved storytellers broadens her style and reach with a Amazonian adventure story which will appeal to all ages Fifteen year old Alexander Cold has the chance to take the trip of a lifetime. With his mother in hospital, too ill to look after him, Alex is sent out to his grandmother Kate a fearless reporter with blue eyes ‘as sharp as daggers’ points’. Kate is about to embark on an expedition to the dangerous, remote world of the Amazon rainforest, but rather than change her plans, she simply takes Alex along with her. They set off with their team including a local guide and his daughter Nadia, with her wild, curly hair and skin the colour of honey in search of a fabled headhunting tribe and a legendary, marauding creature known to locals only as ‘the Beast’, only to find out much, much more about the mysteries of the jungle and its inhabitants. In a novel rich in adventure, magic and spirit, internationally celebrated novelist Isabel Allende takes readers of all ages on a voyage of discovery and wonder, deep into the heart of the Amazon.

Kingdom of the Golden Dragon

Alexander Cold and his best friend, Nadia, the heroes of Allende’s City Of the Beasts, are reunited in a new adventure. This time, Alexander’s fearless grandmother and International Geographic are taking them to another remote niche of the world a forbidden kingdom tucked into the frosty peaks of the Himalayas. Their task: to locate its fabled Golden Dragon, a sacred statue and priceless oracle, before it is destroyed by the greed of an outsider.

With the aid of a sage Buddhist monk, his young royal disciple, and a fierce tribe of Yeti warriors, and armed with the power of their totemic animal spirits, Alexander and Nadia fight to protect the holy rule of the Golden Dragon.

Forest of the Pygmies

From one of the world’s best loved storytellers comes a magical novel of adventure and discovery Alexander Cold knows all too well his grandmother Kate is never far from an adventure. When International Geographic commissions her to write an article about the first elephant led safaris in Africa, they head with Nadia Santos and the magazine’s photography crew to the blazing, red plains of Kenya. Days into the tour, a Catholic missionary approaches the camp in search of his companions who have mysteriously disappeared. Kate, Alexander, Nadia, and their team, agreeing to aid the rescue, enlists the help of a local pilot to lead them to the swampy forests of Ngoube. There they discover a clan of Pygmies who unveil a harsh and surprising world of corruption, slavery, and poaching. Alexander and Nadia, entrusting the magical strengths of Jaguar and Eagle, their totemic animal spirits, launch a spectacular and precarious struggle to restore freedom and return leadership to its rightful hands. The final installment of Isabel Allende’s celebrated trilogy of the journeys of Jaguar and Eagle soars with radiant settings, spirits, beings and the transformation of an extraordinary friendship.

The House of the Spirits

A best seller and critical success all over the world, The House of the Spirits is the magnificent epic of the Trueba family their loves, their ambitions, their spiritual quests, their relations with one another, and their participation in the history of their times, a history that becomes destiny and overtakes them all. We begin at the turn of the century, in an unnamed South American country in the childhood home of the woman who will be the mother and grandmother of the clan, Clara del Valle. A warm hearted, hypersensitive girl, Clara has distinguished herself from an early age with her telepathic abilities she can read fortunes, make objects move as if they had lives of their own, and predict the future. Following the mysterious death of her sister, the fabled Rosa the Beautiful, Clara has been mute for nine years, resisting all attempts to make her speak. When she breaks her silence, it is to announce that she will be married soon. Her husband to be is Esteban Trueba, a stern, willful man, given to fits of rage and haunted by a profound loneliness. At the age of thirty five, he has returned to the capital from his country estate to visit his dying mother and to find a wife. He was Rosa’s fiance, and her death has marked him as deeply as it has Clara. This is the man Clara has foreseen has summoned to be her husband; Esteban, in turn, will conceive a passion for Clara that will last the rest of his long and rancorous life. We go with this couple as they move into the extravagant house he builds for her, a structure that everyone calls ‘the big house on the corner,’ which is soon populated with Clara’s spiritualist friends, the artists she sponsors, the charity cases she takes an interest in, with Esteban’s political cronies, and, above all, with the Trueba children…
their daughter, Blanca, a practical, self effacing girl who will, to the fury of her father, form a lifelong liaison with the son of his foreman…
the twins, Jaime and Nicolas, the former a solitary, taciturn boy who becomes a doctor to the poor and unfortunate; the latter a playboy, a dabbler in Eastern religions and mystical disciplines…
and, in the third generation, the child Alba, Blanca’s daughter the family does not recognize the real father for years, so great is Esteban’s anger, a child who is fondled and indulged and instructed by them all. For all their good fortune, their natural and supernatural talents, and their powerful attachments to one another, the inhabitants of ‘the big house on the corner’ are not immune to the larger forces of the world. And, as the twentieth century beats on…
as Esteban becomes more strident in his opposition to Communism…
as Jaime becomes the friend and confidant of the Socialist leader known as the Candidate…
as Alba falls in love with a student radical…
the Truebas become actors and victims in a tragic series of events that gives The House of the Spirits a deeper resonance and meaning. It is the supreme achievement of this splendid novel that we feel ourselves members of this large, passionate and sometimes exasperating family, that we become attached to them as if they were our own. That this is the author’s first novel makes it all the more extraordinary. The House of the Spirits marks the appearance of a major, international writer.

Of Love and Shadows

Beautiful and headstrong, Irene Beltr n works as a magazine journalist a profession that belies her privileged upbringing and her engagement to an army captain. Her investigative partner is photographer Francisco Leal, the son of impoverished Spanish Marxist migr s. Together, they form an unlikely but inseparable team and Francisco quickly falls in love with the fierce and loyal Irene. When an assignment leads them to a young girl whom locals believe to possess miraculous powers, they uncover an unspeakable crime perpetrated by an oppressive regime. Determined to reveal the truth in a nation overrun by terror and violence, each will risk everything to find justice and, ultimately, to embrace the passion and fervor that binds them. Profoundly moving and ultimately uplifting, Of Love and Shadows is a tale of romance, bravery, and tragedy, set against the indelible backdrop of a country ruled with an iron fist and peopled with those who dare to challenge it.

Eva Luna

Conceived in an embrace designed to comfort a dying man, born to a servant and raised as a hired hand, Eva Luna learns quickly that she has a talent that belies her humble start: the gift of storytelling. As the years pass and her imprudent nature sends Eva from household to household from the home of a doctor famed for mummifying the dead to a colorful whorehouse and the care of a beautiful transsexual it is Eva’s magical imagination that keeps her alive and fuels her ardent encounters with lovers of all kinds. And as her South American homeland teeters on the brink of political chaos, and Eva s fate is intertwined with guerrilla fighters and revolutionaries, she will find her life s calling and the soul mate who will envelop her in a love entirely beyond her mystical inventions. Eva Luna is a literary triumph, a novel brimming with battles and passions, rebellions and reunions and some of the most exquisite characters Isabel Allende has ever created.

The Infinite Plan

Selling more than 65,000 copies and topping bestseller lists around the world including Spain, Germany, Italy, and Latin America this novel tells the engrossing story of one man’s quest for love and for his soul.

Zorro

A swashbuckling adventure story that reveals for the first time how Diego de la Vega became the masked man we all know so well. ‘Until that moment Diego had not been conscious of his dual personality, one part Diego de la Vega, elegant, affected, hypochondriac, and the other part El Zorro, audacious, daring, playful.’ Born in southern California late in the 18th century, Diego de la Vega is a child of two worlds. His father is an aristocratic Spanish military man turned landowner; his mother, a Shoshone warrior. Diego learns from his maternal grandmother, White Owl, the ways of her tribe while receiving from his father lessons in the art of fencing and in cattle branding. It is here, during Diego’s childhood, filled with mischief and adventure, that he witnesses the brutal injustices dealt out to Native Americans by European settlers and first feels the inner conflict of his heritage. At the age of sixteen, Diego is sent to Barcelona for a European education. In a country chafing under the corruption of Napoleonic rule, Diego follows the example of his celebrated fencing master and joins La Justicia, a secret underground resistance movement devoted to helping the powerless and the poor. With these tumultuous times as backdrop, Diego falls in love, saves the persecuted, and confronts for the first time a great rival who emerges from the world of privilege. Between California and Barcelona, the New World and the Old, the persona of Zorro is formed, a great hero is born and the legend begins. After many adventures duels at dawn, fierce battles with pirates at sea, and impossible rescues Diego de la Vega, aka. Zorro, returns to America to reclaim the hacienda on which he was raised and to seek justice for all who cannot fight for it themselves.

Inés of My Soul

Born into a poor family in Spain, In s, a seamstress, finds herself condemned to a life of hard work without reward or hope for the future. It is the sixteenth century, the beginning of the Spanish conquest of the Americas, and when her shiftless husband disappears to the New World, In’s uses the opportunity to search for him as an excuse to flee her stifling homeland and seek adventure. After her treacherous journey takes her to Peru, she learns that her husband has died in battle. Soon she begins a fiery love affair with a man who will change the course of her life: Pedro de Valdivia, war hero and field marshal to the famed Francisco Pizarro. Valdivia’s dream is to succeed where other Spaniards have failed: to become the conquerer of Chile. The natives of Chile are fearsome warriors, and the land is rumored to be barren of gold, but this suits Valdivia, who seeks only honor and glory. Together the lovers In s Su rez and Pedro de Valdivia will build the new city of Santiago, and they will wage a bloody, ruthless war against the indigenous Chileans the fierce local Indians led by the chief Michimalonko, and the even fiercer Mapuche from the south. The horrific struggle will change them forever, pulling each of them toward their separate destinies. In s of My Soul is a work of breathtaking scope: meticulously researched, it engagingly dramatizes the known events of In s Su rez’s life, crafting them into a novel full of the narrative brilliance and passion readers have come to expect from Isabel Allende.

Island Beneath the Sea

Born a slave on the island of Saint Domingue, Zarit known as T t is the daughter of an African mother she never knew and one of the white sailors who brought her into bondage. Though her childhood is one of brutality and fear, T t finds solace in the traditional rhythms of African drums and in the voodoo loas she discovers through her fellow slaves. When twenty year old Toulouse Valmorain arrives on the island in 1770, it’s with powdered wigs in his baggage and dreams of financial success in his mind. But running his father s plantation, Saint Lazare, is neither glamorous nor easy. It will be eight years before he brings home a bride but marriage, too, proves more difficult than he imagined. And Valmorain remains dependent on the services of his teenaged slave. Spanning four decades, Island Beneath the Sea is the moving story of the intertwined lives of T t and Valmorain, and of one woman s determination to find love amid loss, to offer humanity though her own has been battered, and to forge her own identity in the cruellest of circumstances.

The Stories of Eva Luna

Isabel Allende now ranks as one of the world’s most beloved authors. In 1988, she introduced the world to Eva Luna, in a novel of the same name that recounted the adventurous life of a poor young Latin American woman who finds friendship, love, and some measure of worldly success through her powers as a storyteller. Her most ambitious novel up to that time, Eva Luna was described by the Washington Post as ‘a cascade of stories that tumbles out before the reader, stories vivid, passionate and human.’ Returning to this tale by popular demand, Allende unveiled The Stories of Eva Luna in 1991. A treasure trove of brilliantly crafted tales, the book showed us once again why Eva Luna and her much celebrated creator have won such a large and devoted readership. We begin with Rolf Carl , the European refugee, journalist, and lover who figured so largely in Eva Luna. Lying in bed with Eva Luna, he asks her to tell him a story. ‘What about?’ she asks. ‘Tell me a story you have never told anyone before. Make it up for me.’ And so she does, giving Rolf Carl and the reader twenty three vibrant, enchanting demonstrations of her artistry. Here are compesinos and rich people, guerrillas and fortune tellers, great beauties and tyrants, the foreign rendered indelibly familiar. Here is Clarisa, ‘born before the city had electricity, she lived to see television coverage of the first astronaut levitating on the moon, and she died of amazement when the Pope came for a visit and was met in the street by homosexuals dressed up as nuns’; here is El Capit n, who waited for forty years before proposing to his dancing partner; Horacio Fortunato, a circus owner and entrepreneur, whose encounter with a languid foreign woman will force him to change his roguish ways even as he attempts to court her; Maurizia Rugieri, who abandons her husband and child for a young medical student, converting their life together into an opera of her own design; Nicholas Vidal, who ‘had always known that a woman would cost him his life’ but never suspected that it would be the wife of Judge Hidalgo; Raid Halbi, once again displaying his concern and wisdom for the people of Agua Santa; Marcia Liberman, the wife of a European diplomat, whose brief affair with the President for Life of an unnamed Latin American country has startling rewards…
Love, vengeance, nostalgia, compassion, irony Isabel Allende leaves no emotion untouched in these stories. Opulently imagined, stirringly told, they confirm her place as one of the world’s leading writers.

Aphrodite: A Memoir of Senses

New York Times bestselling author Isabel Allende celebrates the pleasures of the sensual life in this rich, joyful and slyly humorous book, a combination of personal narrative and treasury of erotic lore. Under the aegis of the Goddess of Love, Isabel Allende uses her storytelling skills brilliantly in Aphrodite to evoke the delights of food and sex. After considerable research and study, she has become an authority on aphrodisiacs, which include everything from food and drink to stories and, of course, love. Readers will find here recipes from Allende’s mother, poems, stories from ancient and foreign literatures, paintings, personal anecdotes, fascinating tidbits on the sensual art of foodand its effects on amorous performance, tips on how to attract your mate and revive flagging virility, passages on the effect of smell on libido, a history of alcoholic beverages, and much more. An ode to sensuality that is an irresistible blend of memory, imagination and the senses, Aphrodite is familiar territory for readers who know her fiction.

Zorro, Volume 1

A swashbuckling adventure story that reveals for the first time how Diego de la Vega became the masked man we all know so well. ‘Until that moment Diego had not been conscious of his dual personality, one part Diego de la Vega, elegant, affected, hypochondriac, and the other part El Zorro, audacious, daring, playful.’ Born in southern California late in the 18th century, Diego de la Vega is a child of two worlds. His father is an aristocratic Spanish military man turned landowner; his mother, a Shoshone warrior. Diego learns from his maternal grandmother, White Owl, the ways of her tribe while receiving from his father lessons in the art of fencing and in cattle branding. It is here, during Diego’s childhood, filled with mischief and adventure, that he witnesses the brutal injustices dealt out to Native Americans by European settlers and first feels the inner conflict of his heritage. At the age of sixteen, Diego is sent to Barcelona for a European education. In a country chafing under the corruption of Napoleonic rule, Diego follows the example of his celebrated fencing master and joins La Justicia, a secret underground resistance movement devoted to helping the powerless and the poor. With these tumultuous times as backdrop, Diego falls in love, saves the persecuted, and confronts for the first time a great rival who emerges from the world of privilege. Between California and Barcelona, the New World and the Old, the persona of Zorro is formed, a great hero is born and the legend begins. After many adventures duels at dawn, fierce battles with pirates at sea, and impossible rescues Diego de la Vega, aka. Zorro, returns to America to reclaim the hacienda on which he was raised and to seek justice for all who cannot fight for it themselves.

Paula

With an enchanting blend of magical realism, politics, and romance reminiscent of her classic bestseller The House of the Spirits, Isabel Allende presents a soul baring memoir that seizes the reader like a novel of suspense.

Written for her daughter Paula when she became ill and slipped into a coma, Paula is the colorful story of Allende’s life from her early years in her native Chile, through the turbulent military coup of 1973, to the subsequent dictatorship and her family’s years of exile. In the telling, bizarre ancestors reveal themselves, delightful and bitter childhood memories surface, enthralling anecdotes of youthful years are narrated and intimate secrets are softly whispered.

In an exorcism of death and a celebration of life, Isabel Allende explores the past, questions the gods, and creates a magical book that carries the reader from tears to laughter, from terror to sensuality to wisdom. In Paula, readers will come to understand that the miraculous world of her novels is the world Isabel Allende inhabits it is her enchanted reality.

Mothers and Sons

This unique volume offers insights on each phase of the relationship between mother & baby. Captures the compelling connections between mothers & sons & translates those subtle emotions into deceptively simple photos. The sharp focus squarely on the telling facial expression or body language makes the seemingly ordinary wholly original. The famous among them Bill Clinton, Mary Higgins Clark, Steven Spielberg, & Ruth Bader Ginsburg & the obscure get the same attentive treatment. In the accompanying texts, mothers & sons reveal their most trying & their most exalted moments with candor & humor. ‘This is a powerful tribute in both words & images to the unique yet universal relationship between mothers & sons.’

Conversations with Isabel Allende

From reviews of the first edition: ‘…
Allende has led a life full of drama, passion, and history one that is a novela in its own right. Now a book, Conversations with Isabel Allende, gives fans the inside story as told by Allende herself…
. This is worthwhile reading for anyone who wants to know what makes a good writer tick.’ Latina ‘Notoriously cavalier about the lines between fact, memory, and the storyteller’s urge to keep the listener going, Allende embellishes or withholds wherever she pleases. Serious subjects are discussed and dealt with seriously, but there is plenty of laughter and evidence of the woman’s appealing optimism and sense of play, whimsy, and charm.’ Bloomsbury Review ‘ This is a rich, entertaining, and informative look at the life in progress and work of an extraordinary woman.’ Virginia Quarterly Review ‘ Readers will find themselves enthralled with the fascinating story of a politically committed and dedicated writer, mother, and wife.’ School Library Journal ‘Her fans will love the Isabel who comes across so well spoken here.’ Booklist This revised edition has been updated to cover Allende’s three newest books City of the Beasts, Portrait in Sepia: A Novel, and Daughter of Fortune. It includes four new interviews in which Allende discusses completing her trilogy of novels that began with House of the Spirits, as well as her ongoing spiritual adventure and political interests.

My Invented Country: A Nostalgic Journey Through Chile

Isabel Allende’s first memory of Chile is of a house she never knew. The ‘large old house’ on the Calle Cueto, where her mother was born and which her grandfather evoked so frequently that Isabel felt as if she had lived there, became the protagonist of her first novel, The House of the Spirits. It appears again at the beginning of Allende’s playful, seductively compelling memoir My Invented Country, and leads us into this gifted writer’s world. Here are the almost mythic figures of a Chilean family grandparents and great grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends with whom readers of Allende’s fiction will feel immediately at home. And here, too, is an unforgettable portrait of a charming, idiosyncratic Chilean people with a violent history and an indomitable spirit. Although she claims to have been an outsider in her native land ‘I never fit in anywhere, not into my family, my social class, or the religion fate bestowed on me’ Isabel Allende carries with her even today the mark of the politics, myth, and magic of her homeland. In My Invented County, she explores the role of memory and nostalgia in shaping her life, her books, and that most intimate connection to her place of origin. Two life altering events inflect the peripatetic narration of this book: The military coup and violent death of her uncle, Salvador Allende Gossens, on September 11, 1973, sent her into exile and transformed her into a writer. The terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, on her newly adopted homeland, the United States, brought forth from Allende an overdue acknowledgment that she had indeed left home. My Invented Country, whose structure mimics the workings of memory itself, ranges back and forth across that distance accrued between the author’s past and present lives. It speaks compellingly to immigrants, and to all of us, who try to retain a coherent inner life in a world full of contradictions.

The Sum of Our Days

In this heartfelt memoir, Isabel Allende reconstructs the painful reality of her own life in the wake of tragic loss the death of her daughter, Paula. Recalling the past thirteen years from the daily letters the author and her mother, who lives in Chile, wrote to each other, Allende bares her soul in a book that is as exuberant and full of life as its creator. She recounts the stories of the wildly eccentric, strong minded, and eclectic tribe she gathers around her that becomes a new kind of family. Throughout, Allende shares her thoughts on love, marriage, motherhood, spirituality and religion, infidelity, addiction, and memory. Here, too, are the amazing stories behind Allende’s books, the superstitions that guide her writing process, and her adventurous travels. Ultimately, The Sum of Our Days offers a unique tour of this gifted writer s inner world and of the relationships that have become essential to her life and her work. Narrated with warmth, humor, exceptional candor, and wisdom, The Sum of Our Days is a portrait of a contemporary family, bound together by the love, fierce loyalty, and stubborn determination of a beloved, indomitable matriarch.

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