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City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert review - hymn to female desire

One year ago   |   By The Guardian

The Eat, Pray, Love author's tale of sexual awakening in 40s New York is sassy, warm and rich in period detail To the 15 million global readers of her travel memoir, Eat, Pray, Love , Elizabeth Gilbert has become a kind of guru and star of her own multi-season series; she shares each new twist of her life story with her millions of followers on social media and it's reported by news outlets on both sides of the Atlantic. So it's sometimes easy for her celebrity status in what the Washington Post called “the Oprahsphere” to eclipse the fact that she is also a very fine novelist. Her last...
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