Some authors' homes have been preserved as museums: Readers can linger in Mark Twain's billiard room to try to get a sense of his genius. But bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert is taking a different approach. She doesn't need tons of readers walking through her Frenchtown, N.J. house -- just one, or a family, who might live there. The house is listed at $990,000 and is up for sale at the dedicated website Eat, Pray, Crib. Take a look.
By Carolyn Kellogg
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