Written in subtle, elegant prose, this rediscovered classic, first published in 1939, addresses issues of psychology and perception, while pioneering avant-garde narrative techniquesWhen the blind narrator, the masseur Louis Dunkel, moves into the Cornwall country house of his patient Mrs. Nance, he becomes fascinated by her niece Sophie, a haughty young woman. Their resulting romance, however, is unsettled by the arrival of the blind, deaf, and dumb Amity Nance. The introspective Dunkel tries to interpret and negotiate the ...

Blaze of Noon 2012, Oneworld Classics Ltd, Richmond

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Blaze of Noon 1980, Allison & Busby, London

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Blaze of Noon 1980, Allison & Busby, London

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The Blaze of Noon 1968, Dufour Editions

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