Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir in which she chronicles her global quest for solace post-divorce, enjoyed an extensive run on the New York...
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Women generally tend to vent less than men in public, and internalize the anger instead.
Over the recent couple of decades, due to economic and socio-political changes, that traditional gender archetypes can no longer be assumed and more to the point -- are in a process of reconstruction.
I could tell you the answers Dani Shapiro finds. But I promise you: they won't mean much to you unless you read her 243 pages.
While Committed is no Eat, Pray, Love, it's delightful in its own way.
There are a lot of big new books about to come out this month. Check out what reviewers are saying about the first batch of books for 2010.
"Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage" (Viking, 304 pages, $26.95) by Elizabeth Gilbert: First comes "Eat, Pray, Love," then comes marriage ...
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