The way to paradise
The dramatic lives of two bold, independent adventurers: Paul Gauguin, one of the great French painters of the last century, and his grandmother Flora Tristan, a trail-blazing women's suffragist. Flora died before her grandson was born, but their travels and obsessions unfold side by side in this novel.
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The interleaved stories of Flora Tristan, a woman and worker’s right advocate in 1840’s France, and her grandson Paul Gauguin, the post-impressionist painter who became famous for his work done in ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - technodiabla - LibraryThing
What a fantastic novel! This is the first Llhosa I've read and I'm hooked. The Way to Paradise is a dual fictionalized biography of Paul Gauguin and his grandmother Flora Tristan, a feminist communist ... Read full review