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Isabel Allende

And of Clay Are We Created

Fiction | Short Story | YA | Published in 1989

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Note to Teachers: To support lesson-planning, connections to the work’s primary themes are noted throughout this resource (Acceptance of Mortality, Empathy and Humanity’s Place in the Natural World, and Memory as Agency and Helplessness).

This Short Story Unit references the following edition of the work:

Allende, Isabel. “And of Clay Are We Created.” The Stories of Eva Luna. Translated by Margaret Sayers Peden. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1991.

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