Huxley's fourth novel is both a portrait of the brilliant and frivolous intellectual and artistic circles of the 1920s, and an examination of the ...Show synopsisHuxley's fourth novel is both a portrait of the brilliant and frivolous intellectual and artistic circles of the 1920s, and an examination of the eternal question, "what is the happy, healthy life?" It contains portraits of D.H. Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield, Ottoline Morrell and Huxley himself.Hide synopsis
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Aldous Huxley has a unique ability to show many characters in several situations and how they interact.
A societal polemic, illustrating the many complexities and fabrics that make up that human soul and ardent condition.
This book shows a philosophy of self-introspection as well as the ability to question authority, leading to his epochal epic, "Brave New World" in 1932.
When a character claims the existence of a supernatural god due to the beauty of a piece of Beethoven's work.
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