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Complete essays Vol. 6 1956 - 1963 and supplement, 1920 - 1948

Author: Aldous Huxley; Robert S Baker; James Sexton
Publisher: Chicago Dee 2002
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume addresses a broad range of contemporary topics, from ecology, sociobiology, and psychology to politics, history, and religion.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aldous Huxley; Robert S Baker; James Sexton
ISBN: 1566634644 9781566634649
OCLC Number: 249046170
Description: XVIII, 411 S. Ill.
Contents: Nineteenhundred and fifty-six nineteenhundred and sixty-three nineteenhundred and twenty nineteenhundred and forty-eight
Responsibility: Aldous Huxley. Ed. with commentary by Robert S. Baker and James Sexton
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Perusing Volume One, I was struck by the sensitivity and the unerring perception in these unknown reviews, ultimately my most enjoyable reading of the year. -- Robert Craft, conductor and writer on Read more...

 
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