Browsing All posts tagged under »Aldous Huxley«

The Doors Of Perception

April 23, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘T’ ‘The doors of perception’ is a phrase close to my heart. For one thing, the phrase inspired the name of one of my favourite bands of all time ‘The Doors’. Drugs, dreams and the unconscious are three things I believe to be closely integrated with one another and […]

Brave New World – A Realistic Horror

April 2, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘B’ This month I’m going to review an oldie but goodie – Aldous Huxley’s satirical masterpiece Brave New World. The novel, written in 1931, has stood the test of time and is regularly found on lists such as the Modern Library’s “100 best English language novels of the 20th […]