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Elizabeth Gilbert was, in effect, sentenced to marry. The bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love and her Brazilian-Australian boyfriend Felipe were not indifferent to matrimony; having suffered through painful divorces, they were actively opposed to formalizing their bond. Eventually, however, they collided with an immovable obstacle: An American border guard informed that Felipe could not enter the U.S. until he became a citizen. This memoir probes rarely examined aspects of an ancient public institution and its implications for Elizabeth, Felipe, you, and me. An award-winning author attempts to make peace with marriage. A Barnes & Noble Bestseller; now in paperback and NOOKbook.