Complete Essays

Complete Essays

Book - 2000-2001
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In this fourth volume of a projected six, Huxley registers his deep misgivings about the course of history in the late 1930s as the world moved toward a second global war. Many of his essays reflect his continuing interest in the conventions of popular culture as well as the philosophy of science and history, particularly as they inform developments in art and politics.

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The fourth of six volumes collects essays that British social critic Huxley (1894-1963) wrote during a period that witnessed Germany's Anschluss with Austria, the Sudeten crisis, intensifying violence in the Spanish Civil War, Stalin's purges, Japan's invasion of China, and Mussolini's Ethiopian war. The collection includes all his published essays, in their latest version, and a selection of shorter reviews and brief occasional pieces. Few notes are provided. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Huxley registers his deep misgivings about the course of history in the late 1930s.

Publisher: Chicago : I.R. Dee, 2000-<2001 >
ISBN: 9781566633949
156663394X
9781566633239
1566633230
9781566633475
1566633478
9781566633222
1566633222
Branch Call Number: 824.912 HUX
Characteristics: v. <1, 3, 4 > : ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Sexton, James
Baker, Robert S. 1940-

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