my biggest complaint is that the whole book is not about italy, india, and bali. it's not about the people liz meets along the way, and it's not about places she explores. it's all about her. if it's going to be an autobiography, just write that on the cover.
haha wow. reading this 3 months later, no idea.just curious; why?
sure there is! you just have to emphasize some things and deemphasize others. we don't always have to share all our angst with everyone, or you can word it in a way that is less of an emotional burden. you can also talk about your issues in ways that relate to others. what do we take away from this book? not much, really. i'm happy for liz that things worked out but i don't really take much away from it personally.but there's no way i can do it
FOR REAL.And for all of her self-realization and navel-gazing to end her dependence on men, Ms Gilbert has, as pointed out by anotherAmazon reviewer, married her Brazilian and moved to new Jersey. She could have saved Penguin Books a whole lot of money by getting in her car and going through the Lincoln Tunnel. I wonder how long before she ends up back on the bathroom floor.
she sees the world, but fails to see the world. it's extraordinary.