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Collecting Books by Aldous Huxley

Understanding that this is a commonplace blog, where many items I store as much for easy referral as for audience entertainment, here is a list of the books Aldous Huxley wrote, courtesy of Fantastic Fiction ( volumes I still covet are in red, the rest, I own):
 
Non fiction
On the Margin (1923)
Along the Road: Notes And Essays of a Tourist (1925)
Essays New and Old (1926)
Proper Studies (1928)
Holy Face and Other Essays (1929)
Do What You Will (1929)
Vulgarity in Literature: Digressions from a Theme (1930)
The Letters of D. H. Lawrence (1932)
Jesting Pilate: The Diary of a Journey (1932)
Texts and Pretexts (1933)
Beyond the Mexique Bay (1934) (no dust jacket)
The Elder Peter Bruegel 1528(?) – 1569 (1938) (with Jean Videpoche)
The Perennial Philosophy (1938) (no dust jacket)
Grey Eminence: A Study in Religion and Politics (1941)
Science, Liberty and Peace (1946)
The Devils of Loudun (1952)
The Doors of Perception (1954)
Adonis and the Alphabet: and Other Essays (1956)
Heaven and Hell (1956)
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow: And Other Essays (1956)
On Art and Artists (1960)
Collections
 
 
Novels
 

Novellas Jacob’s Hands (1998)

I’ve been checking Huxley prices online during the past week against the Ahearn’s Book Collecting 2002 prices, and they appear to be down about 30%. This doesn’t seem to hold for Auden…despite this, I continue to believe that, depending upon the author, NOW remains, as bookseller Steve Lopez put it several years ago,  a golden age for both new and used book buyers.

 

 
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One Response to “Collecting Books by Aldous Huxley”

  1. Biblibio Says:

    Huh. And here I was proud to have read 3 whole Huxley novels. Oh dear.

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