Publish date: 2000
Publisher: Persephone Books
Pages no: 119
Edition language: English
This was alright. Not as good as I'd hoped. The Persephone site talks about how the end will make you want to re-read it immediately, but for me it didn't. The writing is beautiful, and I quite like the back and forth between the past and the present, but I couldn't really care for any of the cha...
Why: 1950's London woman typecast by her family as a spinster reaches an epiphany while traveling in Spain. Fans include Muriel Spark, Anita Brookner, and the New Yorker magazine.
Every Eye is a short Persephone novel, and like some of the other short Persephone novels (say, Marghanita Laski’s The Victorian Chaise-Longue or To Bed with Grand Music, or Julia Strachey’s Cheerful Weather for the Wedding), there is more to think about and to discuss than you might guess from the ...
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