Eyeless In Gaza
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DAVID BRADSHAW
Anthony Beavis is a man inclined to recoil from life. His past is haunted by the death of his best friend Brian and by his entanglement with the cynical and manipulative Mary Amberley. Realising that his determined detachment from the world has been motivated not by intellectual honesty but by moral cowardice, Anthony attempts to find a new way to live. Eyeless in Gaza is considered by many to be Huxley's definitive work of fiction.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TheAmpersand - LibraryThing
A good book, perhaps, but not a particularly enjoyable one. "Eyeless in Gaza" is very well-written and its tone is surprisingly literary, particularly since I've always considered Brave New World's ... Read full review
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On Jan 5, 1953 I said: "Started Aldous Huxley's Eyeless in Gaza. Very literate, very good." On Jan 8: "Reading in Huxley. He is a beautifully literate genius, shining with pure genius. He is the sort ... Read full review