Allende


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Allende

1. Isabel. born 1942, Chilean writer, born in Peru; her works include Eva Luna (1989), Paula (1995), and Daughter of Fortune (1999)
2. Salvador (sal[bb]a'[dh]or). 1908--73, Chilean Marxist politician; president of Chile from 1970 until 1973, when the army seized power and he was killed

Allende

(ah-yen -day) See meteorite.
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A tiny frame of blazing wit and energy, Allende spoke passionately about experiences in India.
But Allende is an expert storyteller, whose voice and character observations keep the reader rapt, as if huddled by a fire.
Sunday's disturbance broke out after a march honoring the roughly 40,000 people killed, imprisoned or tortured by the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet after he overthrew the socialist Allende on Sept.
6:30 PM Pre-concert conversation with Isabel Allende in the theater
According to the BBC, Neruda died at the age of 69 just 12 days after Gen Pinochet's coup against Allende.
His musical family has produced a host of performers including several children who formed “Orchestral Allende” and eight brothers who make up the larger Mariachi Allende.
backed coup d'etat ousted democratically elected socialist Allende and installed the dictator Pinochet, who ruled the country with an iron fist for the next 17 years.
Allende began to yell very loudly in the parking lot, according to court records.
The Humanist Profile of former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet (N/D 2011) states that "the Chilean military overthrew the government of President Salvador Allende in a coup d'etat on September 11, 1973.
Faculty and students in the WTAMU Criminal Justice Department also have visited San Miguel de Allende to study the Mexican criminal justice system.
I argue that in these novels Allende develops a coherent vision of Latin American history by focusing on a common "Hispanic" culture and therefore Allende conceives a common "Hispanic" past.
POST MORTEM, a film by Chilean director Pablo Larrain, recreates the autopsy of Chilean President Salvador Allende during the 1973 coup.