Katrina Emery

A Search for God or Smiling in Your Liver: A Review of Eat, Pray, Love

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“‘Do I resemble a pig, then? Perhaps a buffalo?’” Elizabeth Gilbert asks the kind saleswoman in an Italian fashion store about her new jeans. “This is becoming good vocabulary practice. I’m also trying to get a smile out of the salesclerk, but she’s too intent on remaining professional. I try one more time: ‘Maybe I resemble a buffalo mozzarella?’
Okay, maybe, she concedes, smiling only slightly. Maybe you do look a little like a buffalo mozzarella…”





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