Infobase Publishing, 2010 - 253 pagina's
Aldous Huxley has been called the 20th century's answer to the Renaissance thinker. He gained fame for his utopian and dystopian fiction, including Brave New World, Point Counter Point, Crome Yellow, and Ape and Essence. With an introductory essay from Yale literature professor Harold Bloom, this volume contains a collection of the finest contemporary criticism on Huxley, plus a bibliography, a chronology of the author's life, and an index for easy reference. Each title in the Bloom's Modern Critical Views series presents a well-rounded critical portrait of an influential writer by examining his or her body of work through eight to 12 full-length essays.
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Aldous Huxley as a Borrower
Mysticism in Two of Aldous Huxleys Early Novels
The Philosophical Phases of Aldous Huxley
Satire and Structure
Structure and Meaning in Aldous Huxleys Eyeless in Gaza
Quarles among the Monkeys
Bringing Order Out of Chaos
Confronting the Abject
Brave New World versus Island
Designing a Brave New World
When the Indian Was in Vogue
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