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- Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert |
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Or was it more of Gilbert's good luck? Anyway, this girly book, as she admits in eat pray love ebook islam New York Times Magazine profile, while it earns her gazillions of dollars, completely destroys her literary reputation, because it is not a Serious Book, that is, a book that is admired and respected in man-world.
This is a eat pray love ebook islam, one that does not concern war or politics or even contain any serious conflict. It's about eating pasta and doing yoga and finding romance with a charming Brazilian businessman, and how this combination of indulgence and introspection made her a happier, more whole person.
The voice is bubbly and girly, and it doesn't talk to the eat pray love ebook islam like an equal. Instead, it's the voice of an astonishingly successful woman pretending she is Just Like You, except that she has had to befriend Serbian war criminals to make her life easier instead of, say, the super in her apartment building.
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It's a voice of a person who knows she is better than you are, but is trying really hard not to let it show because that might hurt your feelings. I can't help but find this insulting.
I don't like being condescended to. Which brings me to a difficult dilemma in the form of Gilbert's new novel, The Signature of All Things. I still can't stand Elizabeth Gilbert as a person or, rather, a personalitybut The Signature of All Things is a really, really good book.
Or, rather, Gilbert thoroughly buries her own persona in the service of telling her story. This wise and rapturous book eat pray love ebook islam the story of how she left behind all these outward marks eat pray love ebook islam success, and set out to explore three different aspects of her nature, against the backdrop of three different cultures: About Eat Pray Love One of the most iconic, beloved, and bestselling books of our time.
She begins her book with this motto: So her writing is honest and her search earnest.
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She openly shares her insecurities and failures as well as her triumphs. She unashamedly bases her quest to find divinity, not on external sources such as history or science, but on her personal experience. After her divorce, Gilbert decides to learn Italian for no other reason than because it is pleasurable.
Yet she craves it. The theme of guilt arises several times in the first section of the book, particularly in relation eat pray love ebook islam her desire to end her marriage in search of a less conventional life.
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She also regrets the pressure she put on her subsequent partner: Gilbert seems to be reaching for someone or something that will bring her true pleasure, but neither her relationships nor her independence have been able to fill this role.
Yet, the craving remains. In fact, at those moments when Gilbert feels most eat pray love ebook islam, she finds herself crying out in prayer.
She frequently struggles with the yogic disciplines and with her longing to be forgiven by her ex-husband and loved again by her ex-partner.
There's no shortage of writers who've twisted themselves into knots over the existence of God—Mark Twain and Graham Greene spring to mind.
But Gilbert, open and trusting, is the antithesis of someone like the dark, ironic Greene.