Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir

It seems, Eat Pray Love, the movie adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir of a globe-trotting quest for meaning after divorce has been blasted by Italian press.

"It rains spaghetti, the Italians are always gesticulating and following foreign girls shouting vulgarities but then getting engaged to a nice housewife to please their domineering mothers, all this under the sign of 'dolce far niente'," La Repubblica's critic Curzio Maltese wrote.

Read the full article from Sydney Morning Herald here.

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