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Title:Eten, bidden, beminnen: De zoektocht van een vrouw in Italie, India en Indonesie
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:De Bezige Bij
ISBN:9023462882
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Number of Pages:475
Category:Non fiction, Memoir, Travel, Biography, Chick lit, Spirituality, Romance, Contemporary, Autobiography, Adult

Eten, bidden, beminnen: De zoektocht van een vrouw in Italie, India en Indonesie by Elizabeth Gilbert, Martine Jellema

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Eten, bidden, beminnen: De zoektocht van een vrouw in Italie, India en Indonesie Op haar dertigste heeft Elizabeth alles wat een moderne vrouw zich maar kan wensen een echtgenoot een huis en een succesvolle carri re Maar in plaats van gelukkig te zijn wordt ze overspoeld door paniek verdriet en verwarring Twee jaar later na een bittere echtscheiding en een hevige depressie besluit Elizabeth een radicale stap te nemen ze gaat een jaar lang alleen op reis Op haar zoektocht naar evenwicht en geluk doet ze drie landen aan In Itali leert ze la dolce vita kennen in India verdiept ze zich in meditatie en schrobt ze tempelvloeren en in Indonesi ontdekt ze de balans tussen ernst en lichtvoetigheid en ontmoet ze haar grote liefde

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A collection of short stories in which the characters misjudge things find themselves in the wrong place and who doggedly follow the wrong path such as the vegetable market stallholder who decides to stand for election against the local Mafia boss, b Look out for Elizabeth Gilbert s new book i Big Magic Creative Living Beyond Fear i on sale now b br br br At the end of her bestselling memoir i Eat Pray Love i Elizabeth Gilbert fell in love with Felipe a Brazilian born man of Australian citizenship who d been living in Indonesia when they met Resettling in America the couple swore eternal fidelity to each other but also swore to never ever under any circumstances get legally married Both were survivors of previous bad divorces Enough said But providence intervened one day in the form of the United States government which after unexpectedly detaining Felipe at an American border crossing gave the couple a choice they could either get married or Felipe would never be allowed to enter the 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