Every Eye

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David R. Godine Publisher, 1956 - Fiction - 151 pages
12 Reviews
A brief, elegant, rediscovered novel of the Fifties, much in the vein of the author's mentor Muriel Spark, about an Englishwoman who misunderstands her and her family's past."

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User Review  - kaggsy - LibraryThing

This is a remarkably good novella. The writing is superb, the plotting excellent and the switches between past and present tense for the two strands of narration are handled extremely well. On top of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dee - Goodreads

I found it difficult to relate to the central character and to understand why she acts as she does. I love Persephone books and usually find them a clear window on a former age. I found this one disappointing. Read full review

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