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Isabel Allende discusses her book, “The Stories of Eva Luna.” Allende begins by stating that Eva Luna is a poor woman who saves her life through the gift of storytelling. She then goes on to talk about some of the stories in the book and the process of translation. She also discusses language and her life in Chile. Show possibly broadcast in 1992.