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  • A crystal clear and a deeply moving book... Unerringly, Huxley explores the layers of memory, affection and the decline of sexual attraction, asking the unanswerable question of what you do with love after it dies.... his deepest, funniest, most marvellous of novels

    Observer
  • Sardonically humorous, urbane and exquisite in style

    Scotsman
  • The play of ideas and theories, moral, psychological and sociological, is profuse and scintillating

    Times Literary Supplement
  • Eyeless in Gaza embodies Huxley's conclusions about life. Amusing, moving and brilliant, there is no doubting the sincerity and the beauty of this book

    Listener
  • Brilliant intellectual fireworks

    The Times

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