Aldous Huxley

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(*1894†1963)

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Aldous Huxley. English writer, also humanist, pacifist, and satirist. · Biography · Works on Wikisource


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Aldous Huxley. Écrivain britannique, et aussi humaniste, pacifiste et satiriste. · Biographie


Selected works

Novels

Short story collections

Poetry collections

  • Oxford Poetry (magazine editor) (1916)
  • The Burning Wheel (1916)
  • Jonah (1917)
  • The Defeat of Youth and Other Poems (1918)
  • Leda (1920)
  • Selected Poems (1925)
  • Arabia Infelix and Other Poems (1929)
  • The Cicadas and Other Poems (1931)
  • Collected Poems (1971, posthumous)

Essay collections

Screenplays

Travel books

Children's fiction

Drama

  • The Discovery (adapted from Francis Sheridan, 1924)
  • The World of Light (1931)
  • Mortal Coils – A Play. (Stage version of The Gioconda Smile, 1948)
  • The Genius and the Goddess (stage version, co-written with Betty Wendel, 1958)
  • The Ambassador of Captripedia (1967)
  • Now More Than Ever (Huxley's lost play discovered in 2000 in the University of Münster, Germany's Department of English Literature)

Articles written for Vedanta and the West

  • Distractions (1941)
  • Distractions II (1941)
  • Action and Contemplation (1941)
  • An Appreciation (1941)
  • The Yellow Mustard (1941)
  • Lines (1941)
  • Some Reflections of the Lord's Prayer (1941)
  • Reflections of the Lord's Prayer (1942)
  • Reflections of the Lord's Prayer II (1942)
  • Words and Reality (1942)
  • Readings in Mysticism (1942)
  • Man and Reality (1942)
  • The Magical and the Spiritual (1942)
  • Religion and Time (1943)
  • Idolatry (1943)
  • Religion and Temperament (1943)
  • A Note on the Bhagavatam (1943)
  • Seven Meditations (1943)
  • On a Sentence From Shakespeare (1944)
  • The Minimum Working Hypothesis (1944)
  • From a Notebook (1944)
  • The Philosophy of the Saints (1944)
  • That Art Thou (1945)
  • That Art Thou II (1945)
  • The Nature of the Ground (1945)
  • The Nature of the Ground II (1945)
  • God in the World (1945)
  • Origins and Consequences of Some Contemporary Thought-Patterns (1946)
  • The Sixth Patriarch (1946)
  • Some Reflections on Time (1946)
  • Reflections on Progress (1947)
  • Further Reflections on Progress (1947)
  • William Law (1947)
  • Notes on Zen (1947)
  • Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (1948)
  • A Note on Gandhi (1948)
  • Art and Religion (1949)
  • Foreword to an Essay on the Indian Philosophy of Peace (1950)
  • A Note on Enlightenment (1952)
  • Substitutes for Liberation (1952)
  • The Desert (1954)
  • A Note on Patanjali (1954)
  • Who Are We? (1955)
  • Foreword to the Supreme Doctrine (1956)
  • Knowledge and Understanding (1956)
  • The "Inanimate" is Alive (1957)
  • Symbol and Immediate Experience (1960)

Audio Recordings on CD

Other

  • Pacifism and Philosophy (1936)
  • An Encyclopedia of Pacifism (editor, 1937)
  • Grey Eminence (1941)
  • The Devils of Loudun (1953)
  • The Politics of Ecology (1962)
  • Selected Letters (2007)

References

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