Come, reza, ama (Eat, Pray, Love)

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Despu?s de un divorcio traum?tico seguido de un desenga?o amoroso y en plena crisis emocional y espiritual, Elizabeth Gilbert decide empezar de nuevo y emprende un largo viaje que la llevar? sucesivamente a Italia, la India e Indonesia, tres escalas geogr?ficas que se corresponden con otras tantas etapas de b?squeda interior. Este libro es la bit?cora de esa doble traves?a, en la que la autora descubrir? el placer sensual de la buena mesa y la buena conversaci?n (la dolce vita romana), la paz interior alcanzada ...
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Después de un divorcio traumático seguido de un desengaño amoroso y en plena crisis emocional y espiritual, Elizabeth Gilbert decide empezar de nuevo y emprende un largo viaje que la llevará sucesivamente a Italia, la India e Indonesia, tres escalas geográficas que se corresponden con otras tantas etapas de búsqueda interior. Este libro es la bitácora de esa doble travesía, en la que la autora descubrirá el placer sensual de la buena mesa y la buena conversación (la dolce vita romana), la paz interior alcanzada mediante la meditación en Bombay y, por fin, el deseado equilibrio entre cuerpo y espíritu en Bali.

Lúcida y valiente novela autobiográfica que ha sido un gran éxito de ventas desde su publicación en Estados Unidos, Comer, rezar, amar trata de lo que ocurre cuando decidimos ser artífices de nuestra felicidad y dejamos de intentar vivir según los modelos que nos imponen. Elegido por el New Tork Times entre los cien libros relevantes de 2006, este diario personal es también una intensa y divertida reflexión sobre el amor y las muchas formas que puede adoptar.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616052218
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 7/15/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language, Movie Tie-In Edition
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Gilbert es autora del libro de relatos Pilgrims (finalista de Pen/Hemingway Award), la novela Stern Men y el ensayo The Last American Man (nominado al National Book Award y elegido Libro Notable de 2002 por el New York Times). Escribe regularmente para la revista norteamericana GQ, labor por la que ha sido propuesta en dos ocasiones al National Magazine Award. Vive entre Filadelfia y Brasil.

Biography

While Elizabeth Gilbert's roots are in journalism -- she's a Pushcart Prize-winning and National Magazine Award-nominated writer -- it's her books that have granted her even more attention.

Gilbert departed from reporting in 1997, with the publication of her first collection of short fiction, Pilgrims. A finalist for the 1998 PEN/Hemingway Award, Pilgrims was also selected as a New York Times Notable Book, was listed as one of the "Most Intriguing Books of 1997" by Glamour magazine, and went on to win best first fiction awards from The Paris Review, The Southern Review, and Ploughshares.

Since then, Gilbert has successfully alternated between fiction and nonfiction -- a high-wire act that has paid off in a string of critically acclaimed bestsellers that includes her first full-length novel, Stern Men (2000); The Last American Man (2002), a National Book Award for Nonfiction; and Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India, and Indonesia (2006), a celebrated spiritual memoir that landed on several year-end Best Books lists.

Good To Know

Some fun and fascinating outtakes from our interview with Gilbert:

"I was once observed talking in my sleep, smiling with deep bliss as I said, ‘Ah...the writer's life!'"

"I was a terrible crybaby and coward as a child. I still cry a lot and am afraid of many things, like, for instance, surfing, skiing, and the possibility that somebody somewhere might be mad at me."

"I once accosted Wally Shawn in a restaurant where I was a waitress and he was a patron. I said to him something like, ‘You're a lovely, lovely man who writes lovely, lovely plays! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you, Wally Shawn!' He backed away slowly."

"I am far more of a loner than people would imagine. But I am the most gregarious and socially interactive loner you ever met. The thing is, I am fascinated by people's stories and I'm very talkative and can't ever say No to anything or anyone, so I tend to over-socialize, to give away too much of my time to the many people I adore. Therefore, one of the only ways I can ever be alone is if I go traveling solo. This is the secret reason I travel so much, and to such distant places. To get away from everyone I know. I love my friends and family, but I also love it when they can't find me and I can spend all day reading or walking all alone, in silence, eight thousand miles away from everyone. All alone and unreachable in a foreign country is one my most favorite possible things to be."

"The Disney movie Coyote Ugly was based on an article I wrote for GQ about my experience as a bartender in an East Village dive. I just had to add that bizarre fact because I still can't really believe it myself."

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    1. Hometown:
      Hudson Valley, New York
    1. Date of Birth:
      July 18, 1969
    2. Place of Birth:
      Waterbury, Connecticut
    1. Education:
      BA, New York University, 1991 (Political Science)
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2008

    Me cambio la forma de ver la vida

    Este libro es como un despertar para las personas que estan buscando la razon del por que estan aqui. cuando piensas que todo esta perdido y crees que no hay final es cuando vez esa lucecita al final del tunel.

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  • Posted July 10, 2014

    Uno de los mejores libros que he leido, me encanta la manera en

    Uno de los mejores libros que he leido, me encanta la manera en que la autora nos cuenta sus vivencias, es super divertida y abierta!!!

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

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    Who hasn't dreamt of traveling the world to discover their spiritual meaning? That is exactly what Elizabeth Gilbert does in her memoir Eat, Pray ,Love. The book captures Liz's spiritual journey and self-discovery through Italy, India and Indonesia. Liz takes you with her as she comes full circle, in her travels we watch her learn Italian in Italy, set herself free in India, and fall in love in Indonesia.
    Gilbert, 41, was born and raised in Connecticut on a small Christmas Tree Farm. From an early age Liz knew she was destine to be writer and throughout her college career while studying Political Science at the University of New York, Liz spent her evenings writing. After college she spent time traveling the world to gather information to write fiction novels. Liz has been a finalist for several writing Awards and her work at GQ magazine earned her three National Magazine Award nominations.
    After and awful divorce and an on again off again relationship Liz feels she needs to escape her life in New York and travel the world to rediscover her own self meaning. She's also seems to be fulfilling a Balinese medicine man's, Ketut, prophecy. Ketut is someone Liz met prior to her decision to travel the world in search of something. Ketut reads Liz's palm and tells her that she will have two loves, she will lose all her money but get it all back quickly, and that she will return to Bali to practice English with him. Before leaving the Balinese medicine man, Ketut handed Liz a picture he drew during meditation. The picture was of an "androgynous human figure with four legs and no head" (Gilbert). Ketut tells Liz that "in order to find what she is looking for she must keep her feet grounded and stop looking at the world trough her head; she must look at the world with her heart" (Gilbert).
    While traveling through Italy she enrolls in a beginner Italian class and finds a love for food that would make any carbohydrate lover jealous. In Italy while celebrating with her new friends she learns that every county has a word and later Liz is asked what her word is. Liz, like most American's, identifies as being a daughter, sister, and writer. It will be months until Liz discovers her true word that she feels describes her completely. As a reader you can identify with the struggle she has a identifying herself outside of who she is and what she does.
    Liz has now arrived in India and is staying at the Ashram owned by her Guru. There she meets new friends that will help her find her spiritual path and let go of all the guilt she feels from her failed marriage and failed relationships. Meditation and prayer does not come easy for Liz, she finds it difficult to quiet her mind and focus on the prayers being said. Liz soon finds herself at the top of a tower overlooking the Ashram property with a note from a poet she has made while staying in India, the paper contains instructions for freedom. It is there on that tower that Liz let's go of all the emotional baggage she has carried with her about her divorce.
    Indonesia is Liz's last county on her year long journey of self discovery. She returns to Ketut, who happened to forget her. She described the drawing that he gave her so many months ago and eventually he remembers her. She begins rewriting and copying all of Ketut's old notebooks full of medical information and other life lessons he has learned throughout life in return Ketut tells Liz to continue practicing meditation but this time "sit and s

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