Eyeless in Gaza by Aldous Huxley

This novel follows the life of Anthony Beavis, a British intellectual, from his childhood to his mid-thirties in the 1930s. As he navigates through life, he deals with the death of his mother, the suicide of his best friend, and his own philosophical and spiritual explorations. The narrative jumps back and forth in time, reflecting Beavis's memories and current experiences. The novel explores themes of pacifism, spirituality, and personal growth, culminating in Beavis's transformation into a pacifist following a spiritual awakening.

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