DELVE ONLINE: MEMORY AND ANCESTORS: PAULA BY ISABEL ALLENDE

April 28 and May 5th, Tuesdaysfrom 6:30–8:30 p.m. Pacific timeonline via Zoom Guide: Hannah Kim This class meets via Zoom teleconferencing, Participants who register will receive information on how to log onto the Zoom meeting.“What actually happened isn’t what matters, only the resulting scars and distinguishing marks. My past has little meaning; I can see no

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April 28 and May 5th, Tuesdays
from 6:30–8:30 p.m. Pacific timeonline via Zoom

Guide: Hannah Kim

This class meets via Zoom teleconferencing, Participants who register will receive information on how to log onto the Zoom meeting.“What actually happened isn’t what matters, only the resulting scars and distinguishing marks. My past has little meaning; I can see no order to it, no clarity, purpose, or path, only a blind journey guided by instinct and detours caused by events beyond my control. There was no deliberation on my part, only good intentions and the faint sense of a greater design determining my steps.”
– Isabel Allende, Paula

Allende wrote this memoir for her daughter Paula when she became gravely ill and fell into a coma. In typical Allende fashion, it is a work that accepts the magical and spiritual worlds, and is vibrant with strange lands, bizarre ancestors and rich memories.