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Shvoong Home>Books>ines del alma mia Review

ines del alma mia

Book Review   by:Master_Thian     Original Author: isabel allende
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This abstract was translated from Inés del Alma mía
 
In the year 1537, Inés Suarez reached the New World, according to her husband, the only way that at the time could justify the journey of a woman alone. Juan de Malaga in Spain had left with debts and their only alternative was becoming more of the other widows Indies, she decides to change his destiny and ends becoming one of the conquistadoras Chile. After a viajede months in boat arrives in Venezuela and since allísigue track her husband to discover in Cuzco queJuan habíamuerto a batatalla. Francisco Pizarro granted permission to stay and support to live with discretion in this city, something difficult for a woman alone, which is not lacking suitors. It is thanks to one of these incidents Ines knows Pedro de Valdivia, a brave and honorable servant of the Spanish crown, which had been stubbornly found a new country in the territories of Chile. Diego de Almagro had tried before, but had returned to Chile defeated, without finding gold and silver all eager at the time. Ines and Pedro de Valdivia invest everything they have into this campaign and split-fetched to Chile. Elobjetivo Valdivia was not wealth, but glory to daríafundar a country in which people could forge a future effort. Agnes, passionate woman, following her new love, although this could not offer more than adventures. Pedro de Valdivia had left his wife in Spain. This lasts travesíaesta women fight side by side against the inhospitable desert conditions, lack of food and attacks by Mapuché, Aboriginal people, which would be reluctant to conquer the Spaniards for over 300 years. And completing killing Pedro de Valdivia. Ines continuing its work defundar schools, churches and feeding the poor. As well as giving advice and all her love to her husband to be, Rodrigo Quiroga, until the last day of its vida.Esta is the story of an exceptional woman.
Published: April 07, 2008   
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