What is a critical analysis of Aldous Huxley, who is he, etc.
Very much the icononclast, Aldous Huxley used his scientific nature to analyze sociological conditions. His brother, the zoologist Julian Huxley, wrote that for Aldous mysticism and science overlapped and were complementary realms:
The more [science] discovers and the more comprehension it gives us of the mechanisms of existence, the more clearly does the myster of existence itself stand out.
In his 1928 novel, Point Counter Point, Huxley became renowned for his innovative stylistic and thematic ventures. With a narrative that leaps from scene to scene and character to character, Huxley places under the literary microscope man's disillusionment with...
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