Best-selling Chilean author Isabel Allende passionately delivers a memoir on what it means to be a feminist woman. Allende carries us through her rebellious childhood and her quick antagonism with the machista culture prevalent in many Latinx households, to her riding the second wave of feminism, to current reflections of love at her now older age. In The Soul of a Woman, Allende illustrates her life through her feminist ideology and proves to us that there are things to continue to fight for. — Andrea
Also available in Spanish as Mujeres del alma mía. Disponible en español titulado Mujeres del alma mía.