Eyeless in Gaza

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Harper & Brothers, 1936 - Self-acceptance - 473 pages
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The study of an intellectual youth who grows into manhood during a period of war and economic turmoil.

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User Review  - Lango142 - Goodreads

This is the first Aldous Huxley I have read and it certainly was one to make you think. Whilst this is semi autobiographical the themes running through have appeared in a few books I've read in recent ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cedric - Goodreads

Years after I read it, the final chapter of Eyeless in Gaza stays with me as deeply nourishing spiritual grist: such elegant expression of ancient wisdom. I truly was floored by it at the time and ... Read full review

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