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Complete essays

Auteur: Aldous Huxley; Robert S Baker; James Sexton
Uitgever: Chicago : I.R. Dee, 2000-2002.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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These first two volumes of a projected six collect the complete essays of one of the major writers of the 20th century. "His reading was immense, his taste impeccable, and his ear acute...His place  Meer lezen...

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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.
Complete essays.
Chicago : I.R. Dee, 2000-2002
(OCoLC)606391568
Online version:
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.
Complete essays.
Chicago : I.R. Dee, 2000-2002
(OCoLC)607841507
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Aldous Huxley; Robert S Baker; James Sexton
ISBN: 1566633222 9781566633222 1566633230 9781566633239 1566633478 9781566633475 156663394X 9781566633949 1566634415 9781566634410 1566634644 9781566634649
OCLC-nummer: 44131677
Opmerkingen: Includes indexes.
Beschrijving: 6 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Inhoud: v. 1. 1920-1925 --
v. 2. 1926-1929 --
v. 3. 1930-1935 --
v. 4. 1936-1938 --
v. 5. 1939-1956 --
v. 6. 1956-1963, and supplement, 1920-1948. v. 1. 1920-1925: A Note on This Edition --
Introduction --
I. ARCHITECTURE, PAINTING, LITERATURE: Proust: The Eighteenth-Century Method --
A Ghost of the Nineties --
(On Essays) --
(Proust and Best-Sellers) --
(Godwin and Bailey) --
(Balzac and Social History) --
(Aristocracy and Literature) --
(Alfieri) --
(Bacon's Symbolism) --
The Cry for a Messiah in the Arts --
The Modern Spirit and a Family Party --
Marie Laurencin: A Woman of Genius --
A Film with a Warning --
The Salzburg Festival --
The Portraits of Augustus John Royalty and a Caricature --
Centenaries --
On Re-reading Candide --
Subject-Matter of Poetry --
Water Music --
Bibliophily --
Accumulations --
On Deviating into Sense --
Polite Conversation – Nationality in Love --
How the Days Draw In – Beauty in 1920 --
Great Thoughts --
Advertisements --
Euphues Redivivus --
The Author of Eminent Victorians - -Edward Thomas --
A Wordsworth Anthology - Verhaeren --
Edward Lear --
Sir Christopher Wren --
Ben Jonson --
Chaucer --
How to Write a Tragedy --
The Importance of the Comic Genius --
A Ballet in the Modernist Manner --
Fashions in Visual Imagery --
Popular Literature --
Art and Life --
The Spread of Bad Art --
What, Exactly, Is Modern? --
Where are the Movies Moving? --
The Pleasant and the Unpleasant --
Books for the Journey --
Sabbioneta --
Breughel --
Rimini and Alberti --
Conxolus --
The Best Picture --
The Pierian Spring --
The Mystery of the Theater --
II. MUSIC: Brahms --
Busoni, Dr. Burney, and Others --
The Interpreter and the Creator --
Good-Popular Music --
Instruction with Pleasure --
Emotional Contributions --
Light Opera and the New Stravinsky --
The Mysteries of Music --
Some Easter Music --
Music and Machinery --
Beethoven Quartets --
Singing and Things Sung --
Patriotism and Criticism --
The Criticism of Music --
A Problem of Musical History --
The Question of Form --
Literary Music --
A Few Complaints --
Mr. Lawrence's Marchioness --
Supplementing the Concerts --
Orientalism in Music --
Music in a Museum --
Popular Tunes--Past and Present --
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men --
Thayer's Beethoven --
The Salzburg Festival I --
The Salzburg Festival II --
The Salzburg Festival III --
Mozart at Salzburg --
Popular Music in Italy --
Some Very Young Music --
Reflections in the Promenade --
Busoni Again --
Reflections in the Concert Room --
New Friends and Old --
Variations --
Music and Politics --
An Orlando Gibbons Concert --
The Arnold Bax Concert --
Temporaries and Eternals --
Verdi and Palestrina --
Round About Don Juan --
Delius and the Nature-Emotion --
Bad Music --
Music in the Encyclopedia --
Going to the Opera --
Handel, Polly, and Ourselves --
Music Clubs --
Cherubini--Emotion and Form --
Madrigals and Program Music --
The Hymn and the Dream --
Barbarism in Music --
Notes on a Pianist and on Pianos --
A Mozart Program --
Contemporaneousness --
Bach and Handel --
Books About Music --
What Are the Wild Waves Saying? --
Brahms's Birthday --
Opera, Marionettes, and Battistini --
Eclecticism --
Music and the Interpretative Medium --
Popular Music --
III. HISTORY, POLITICS, SOCIAL CRITICISM: Accidie --
Pleasures --
Modern Folk Poetry --
Democratic Art --
Follow My Leader --
The Dangers of Work --
On Not Being Up-to-Date --
Fashions in Love --
By Their Speech Ye Shall Know Them --
The Importance of Being Nordic --
The Horrors of Society --
The Psychology of Suggestion --
Talking of Monkeys --
A Night at Pietramala --
Work and Leisure --
IV. TRAVEL: Tibet --
Why Not Stay at Home? --
Wander-Birds --
The Traveler's-Eye View --
Guide-Books --
Spectacles --
The Country --
Montesenario --
Patinir's River --
Portoferraio --
The Palio at Siena --
Views of Holland --
Appendix --
Index. v.2. 1926-1929: A Note on This Edition --
Introduction --
I. ARCHITECTURE, PAINTING, MUSIC, LITERATURE: Sincerity in Art --
Dorian Gray --
Why I Do Not Go to the Theater --
Vulgarity --
Silence Is Golden --
Swift --
Baudelaire --
Petrolini: An Acting Genius --
II. HISTORY, POLITICS, SOCIAL CRITICISM: On Making Things Too Easy --
A Few Well-Chosen Words --
The Vanishing Power --
The Present Fad of Self-Confession --
Other People's Prejudices --
How Should Men Be Educated? --
Moral and Immoral --
Recreations --
The Future and the Past --
Archaeology in A.D. 5000 --
The Fallacy of World Brotherhood --
Whither Are We Civilizing? --
Bad Men --
The Battle of the Sexes --
The Decline of the Family --
Print and the Man --
The Importance of Being Foreign --
Paradise --
Revolutions --
III. SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION: No Disputing About Reasons --
Measurable and Unmeasurable --
The Idea of Equality --
Varieties of Intelligence --
Education --
Political Democracy --
The Essence of Religion --
A Note on Dogma --
The Substitutes for Religion --
Personality and the Discontinuity of the Mind --
A Note on Ideals --
A Note on Eugenics --
Comfort --
Progress --
Ravens and Writing Desks --
One and Many --
Spinoza's Worm --
Wordsworth in the Tropics --
Fashions in Love --
Francis and Grigory, or the Two Humilities --
Holy Face --
Pascal --
IV. TRAVEL: India and Burma --
Malaya --
The Pacific --
America --
Appendix --
Index. v. 3. 1930-1935: A Note on This Edition --
Introduction --
I. ART, LITERATURE, MUSIC: Aesop Revised --
The Critic in the Crib --
Art and the Critic --
Vulgarity in Literature --
Reading, the New Vice --
Tragedy and the Whole Truth --
The Rest Is Silence --
Art and the Obvious --
"And Wanton Optics Roll the Melting Eye" --
Music at Night --
Meditation on El Greco --
Those Personal Touches --
Sermons in Cats --
An Exhibition --
Too Many Books --
Art and Propaganda --
Letter Writing --
Words, Words, Words --
Best of Both Worlds --
The Export of Words --
Names and Things --
Fiction and Fact --
The Music Industry --
The Hundred Best Books --
Best-sellers --
Artists Against Fascism and War --
II. SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION: Meditation in Arundel Street --
Meditation on the Moon --
Beliefs and Actions --
On Grace --
Boundaries of Utopia --
On the Charms of History and the Future of the Past --
Obstacle Race --
Squeak and Gibber --
Science and Civilization --
Atoms Versus Men --
Monks Among Test Tubes --
Faith --
Science of Politics? --
Religion, Science, and Man --
Science's Growth --
Mind Reading --
Science Turns to the Supernatural --
The Truth About Thinking --
III. HISTORY, POLITICS, SOCIAL CRITICISM: The Outlook for American Culture --
In Praise of Intolerance --
The Best Authorities --
America and Europe: Yesterday's Influence on Today --
The New Salvation --
Some American Contradictions --
Machinery, Psychology, and Politics --
This Community Business --
Fatal Ladies --
Babies--State Property --
What Ghandi Fails to See --
To the Puritan All Things Are Impure --
Document --
Points of View --
Ethics in Andalusia --
Foreheads Villainous Low --
The New Romanticism --
Selected Snobberies --
The Beauty Industry --
Wanted, a New Pleasure --
Abroad in England --
Sight-seeing in Alien Englands --
The Victory of Art over Humanity --
Revolution --
On Going Over a Battleship --
Imitations --
Ideals and the Machine Tool --
Greater and Lesser London --
Love Interest Forecast --
A Treatise on Drugs --
A Letter from India --
Pygmalion --
A Soviet Schoolbook --
Forewarned Is Not Forearmed --
Hyde Park on Sunday --
In Whose Name? --
A Generation War? --
Poppy Juice --
Paper --
The Use of Uselessness --
Flight from Force --
Are We Growing Stupider? --
Peace in Our Time --
Japanese Advertisement --
Industrial Progress and Social Stability --
Sex, the Slump, and Salvation --
False Prophets --
New World Drama --
The Problem of Leisure --
The Reality of Progress --
Compulsory Suicide --
Swastika and Arrows --
Man Proposes --
Dangers of Diversity --
The Problems of Property --
What Is the State? --
Education --
Aristocratic Tradition --
Collection --
Hamlet in Russia --
Psychological Dividends --
Living Through History --
Political Plans --
Primitive Minds --
Primitive and Civilized --
Bovarism --
Functional or Ornamental --
Force and Persuasion --
Scapegoats --
Anthropology at Home --
Discipline --
The Reality of Progress --
German Bonfires --
The Race Racket --
Population and Politics --
Racial History --
Swindlers and Swindlees --
The Prospects of Fascism in England --
The Strain of Modern Life --
Pareto and Society --
Nights Out --
Catastrophes --
Dispatches from the Riviera --
Reason Eclipsed --
What Is Happening to Our Population? --
100 Years Hence --
Idolatry --
500 Prophets --
Pistol Fiends --
The Worth of a Gift --
Casino and Bourse --
Angry Ape --
The Next 25 Years --
Ballyhoo for Nations --
Emperor-Worship Up to Date --
General Election --
Political Murder --
Lord Campbell and Mr. Charles --
IV. TRAVEL: Beyond the Mexique Bay --
Appendix --
Index.
Andere titels: Essays
Aldous Huxley complete essays
Verantwoordelijkheid: Aldous Huxley ; edited with commentary by Robert S. Baker and James Sexton.

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