DAWN AND THE DARKEST HOUR: A Study of Aldous Huxley
Explores the famously complex life and career of Huxley. It is a fascinating journey that provides a window into his life and character, and one that shows an intellectual continually striving for knowledge of all kinds be it intuitive, scientific, or otherwise.
Publisher: Black Rose
Item #: 7669828
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