Aldous Huxley Annual. Vol.16
|Maße||29,2 x 42,0 cm|
|Herausgeber||Bernfried Nugel, Jerome Meckier|
Volume 16 presents a miscellany of uncollected Huxley essays, edited by James Sexton, to be followed by a first selection of papers from the Sixth International Aldous Huxley Symposium held at Almería in April 2017. This section opens with an essay that fills a blank spot on the map of Huxley criticism, James Sexton's study of Huxley and architecture. The volume continues with several articles (including one not from Almería) on Brave New World and its wider context and closes with essays on Huxley's lifelong struggle with his deficient eye-sight and on his view of the art of dying.