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  • BOOK REVIEW: 'The Signature of All Things'

    Alma Whittaker was "tall and mannish, flinty and freckled, large of bone, thick of knuckle, square of hip, and hard of chest." This awkward woman with her thatch of unruly red hair is the heroine of Elizabeth Gilbert's engrossing novel.

  • 'Eat Pray Love' exalts purists' gelato in Rome

    Named for a saint and naturally tasting heavenly, San Crispino gelato already was a pass-the-word must for devotees of the Italian treat.

  • In this Aug. 9, 2010 photo, owner Nazzareno Giolitti, left, and an employee work at Giolitti gelateria's laboratory in Rome. Nazzareno Giolitti, whose namesake grandfather first started serving cones in the early 1900s, said eating gelato is a form of "socialization. It's being together with a family."  (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

    'Eat Pray Love' exalts purists' gelato in Rome

    Named for a saint and naturally tasting heavenly, San Crispino gelato already was a pass-the-word must for devotees of the Italian treat.

  • The Balinese fortuneteller featured in Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir "Eat Pray Love" Ketut Liyer lies on a hospital bed, accompanied by his grand daughter Ni Wayan Puspitasari in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010. Liyer has been hospitalized because of a heart ailment _ just days before a movie adaptation starring Julia Roberts hits U.S. theaters, his doctor said Thursday. (AP Photo)

    'Eat Pray Love' fortuneteller hospitalized

    The Balinese fortuneteller featured in Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir "Eat Pray Love" has been hospitalized because of a heart ailment _ just days before a movie adaptation starring Julia Roberts hits U.S. theaters, his doctor said Thursday.

  • BOOKS: 'Committed'

    Eight years ago, rather than stay home and stare at the rubble of her failed marriage and an equally disastrous rebound affair that ended in her depression, the talented American writer-journalist Elizabeth Gilbert took a hike. Well, a trip would be more accurate.

  • BOOKS: 'Eat, Pray, Love'

    This beautifully written, heartfelt memoir touched a nerve among readers and reviewers. Elizabeth Gilbert tells how she made the difficult choice to leave behind all the trappings of modern American success (marriage, house in the country, career) and find, instead, what she truly wanted from life.

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