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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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

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“There’s a fog upon LA. And my friends have lost their way…” was the passage to cross my mind upon waking up and viewing the inexhaustible fog outside my father’s mountainside window. Then the rain ... Read full review

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