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Aldous Huxley's Eyeless in Gaza 1968


Title: Eyeless in Gaza
Author: Aldous Huxley
Publisher: Heron
Publication Date: 1968
Format: Hardback
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear. Clean pages

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Reader's note

In the great novel which followed Brave New World, Aldous Huxley pinned down the first third of the twentieth century, when the theories of Marx and Freud and Einstein were fermenting and bubbling in the kinds of those who were free to think. His narrative, with its broken time sequence, traces the development of Anthony Beavis from the death of his mother at the beginning of the century (when he is a despised ‘swot’ at school) to his deliberate assumption of popular and revolutionary views during the mounting crises of the thirties. The story involves a full gallery of characters typical of the time - sometimes satirically, often endearingly portrayed.