Every Eye

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David R. Godine Publisher, 1956 - Fiction - 151 pages
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A reissue of the 1956 novel in which Hatty, a middle-aged woman who grew up feeling out of place in her family and in the world, gains new insights into her past and future while honeymooning in Ibiza with her much-younger husband.

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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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Dorothy Whipple, how do I love thee? They Knew Mr. Knight is the story of a middle-class businessman, Thomas Blake, whose life and work becomes entwined with that of a big-time entrepreneur named ... Read full review

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