El Zorro: Comienza La Leyenda (Spanish Edition) by Isabel Allende. Plaza & Janes Mexico, Paperback. Good. A swashbuckling adventure story, Zorro reveals the history behind the legendary masked man. Born in Southern Isabel Allende Comienza la leyenda / Zorro. El Zorro has ratings and reviews. Mario said: Este libro no trata sobre una aventura de El Zorro, si no de los orígenes de este mito. Así no.

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He retires from the military and becomes a hacienda owner, and later an alcalde. After the events in the forest, Alejandro, oblivious to the Indian training Diego has been receiving, receives a letter from Tomas de Romeu, an old friend of Alejandro and currently residing in France — occupied Spain.

El Zorro: Comienza la leyenda

Diego passes the test and joins La Justicia and takes the name Zorro meaning ‘fox’. I was a little nervous reading an Allende, expecting her to be very mystic and hard isabfl follow, in the styl A wonderful fun read, almost like reading Dumas at his best. See details for description of any imperfections. Use Expedited Shipping to get it by Jan.

Bernardo is sent to the Indian tribe of Regina to recover, and soon strikes a friendship with Light-in-the-Night, which blossoms into a romance, and Diego is forced to remain at home to recover after suffering a e, broken ribs during the attack. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab No additional import charges on delivery Delivery: I’ll be the first to admit that this is a silly adventure novel, but I honestly couldn’t care less.


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I ignored the imagery of the tv series and the films out of my head and truly excused to a Zorro filled world written by the incredible Isabel Allende and all I want to do is say a big thank you for such a joyous escape from the real world. Try adding this comieenza to your want list.

I thought this was an excellent book, easy to read and completely engrossing. Cuentos de Eva Luna, Have one to sell? Regina has a complicated birth, spending fifty hours in labor, and requiring Padre Mendoza to deliver the baby, whom Regina names Diego. La ciudad de las bestias, Read More, Spend Less. This is an unabashedly optimistic and romantic book.

Best Selling in Nonfiction See all. He proposes marriage to Regina and she accepts. Isabel Allende Hardcover Books. I usually prefer to read books with female protagonists but since Allende wrote Zorro, I thought I’d give it a try. Putting all the pieces together Diego and Bernardo then undergo a test to prove their maturity and to find their spirit guide, a totemic animal which would guide the boys’ future.


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El Zorro: Comienza La Leyenda by Isabel Allende (2005, Book)

No he encontrado en absoluto una novela mejorable o TAN juvenil si tiene hasta violaciones Allende’s version of the Zorro story is an old-fashioned swashbuckling adventure on one hand, a post-colonial story of colonial times on the other. A,lende attacks Juliana but Diego and Isabel intervene, subduing Moncada. Allende contributed an essay on the writing of the Zorro novel to Tales of Zorrothe leyendda anthology of original Zorro short fiction edited by Richard Dean Starr and published by Chicago-based Moonstone Books.

I could hear those v It was fabulous! I introduced it to a group of students and kids who hadn’t wanted to read anything before were suddenly competing to read aloud. Allende’s story is split into six parts, each part allenve with one stage of Diego de la Vega’s life, with the last part serving as the epilogue.