Tales of passion: Isabel Allende on TED.com

Posted by: Tedstaff

In one of the most beloved talks from TED2007, novelist Isabel Allende talks about writing, women, passion, feminism. She tells the stories of powerful women she has known, some larger-than-life (listen for a beauty tip from Sophia Loren), and some simply living with grace, dignity and ingenuity in a world that, in too many ways, still treats women unjustly. (Recorded March 2007 in Monterey, California. Duration: 18:02.)

Watch Isabel Allende’s talk on TED.com, where you can download it, rate it, comment on it and find other talks and performances.

Read more about Isabel Allende on TED.com.


Comments (2)

  • Mike Dineen commented on Mar 9 2008

    a wonderful , inspiring and hopeful presentation- it appealed to my inner feminist (aphrodite, venus, bimbo). beautifully delivered with candour, wit & intelligence.

  • Paul Disu-Lord commented on Jan 4 2008

    “I don’t make them up, they were there all the time” is my take home value from Beautiful Isabel Allende’s talk.