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The Hidden Huxley: Contempt and Compassion for the Masses 1919-1937

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The Hidden Huxley: Contempt and Compassion for the Masses 1919-1937 - Bradshaw, David
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This collection of Aldous Huxley's letters, essays from magazines, and broadcasts reveals the full range of his involvement in the social and political crises of the period between the wars. They show how his contempt for mass society and his belief in the existence of a cultural elite gave way to a liberal humanism and a concern for the well-being of ordinary people.

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The Hidden Huxley: Contempt and Compassion for the Masses 1919-1937 1998, Faber & Faber, London

ISBN-13: 9780571172603

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