A Love Story

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At the end of Eat, Pray, Love Elizabeth Gilbert fell in love with Felipe, a Brazilian-born Australian citizen. Resettling in America, they swore eternal fidelity, but also (each a survivor of a divorce. Enough said) swore never, ever, to get married. ...Continua
Max e Ruby
Ha scritto il 27/07/14
...e invece...
Il titolo e' fuorviante, ci si aspetta il classico romanzo rosa, la lettura ideale da " spiaggia" in realtà non è' proprio così. Elisabeth Gilbert ci racconta cosa e' successo fra lei e Felipe e per farlo ci racconta l'evoluzione del matrimonio, dall...Continua
J Lam
Ha scritto il 14/09/10
The first part is like a research paper on marriage which is not very interesting because there is no resonance for myself. Perhaps this would be better for people who have been married. This book is not as interesting as the previous book by the sam...Continua
Ha scritto il 27/02/10
The narrative is sadly less memorable than Eat, Pray and Love. But it would be unfair for me to compare this book with with her first best-seller. It is enough that Elizabeth Gilbert wrote a wonderful sequel to her love story. I still enjoyed Ms. Gil...Continua
Ha scritto il 20/02/10
An exploration of marriage values, within and outside United States, as well as author's personal take on marriage
Elizabeth Gilbert (author of Eat, Drink, Pray) had vowed she would never marry again, especially after a very painful divorce that left her feeling drained and depressed. This book focuses on her evolving and changing views about marriage and commitm...Continua

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