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Huxley, Aldous

Rare books by Aldous Huxley, including first edition and signed first edition, and finely bound copies of Brave New World and Point Counter Point.

Rare books by Aldous Huxley, including first edition and signed first edition, and finely bound copies of Brave New World and Point Counter Point.

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  1. A Virgin Heart.
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    (HUXLEY, Aldous, trans.) GOURMONT, Remy de.

    A Virgin Heart. 1926

    £175

    First UK edition, first impression, of the French author’s erotic Bildungsroman, which was originally published in 1907, under the title Un coeur virginal. Read more

  2. Apennine.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Apennine. 1930

    £300

    First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of ninety-one numbered copies signed by the author on the half-title. Read more

  3. Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann. 28 March 1930

    £475

    “I understand that certain restrictions are placed on the sale of Bloch’s ‘Sexual Life of our Times’ and am therefore writing to you direct, as the publishers, to ask you under what conditions and at what price the book is procurable. I may add that … Read more

  4. Caucasus.
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    (HUXLEY, Aldous.) PROKOSCH, Frederic.

    Caucasus. 1931

    £1,750

    Number 2 of 3 copies, printed and bound by the author. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the first blank (“For Aldous Huxley”) and on the limitation page (“F.P. for A.H. in faithful homage. 11/20/31.”). Read more

  5. Brave New World.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Brave New World. 1932

    £475

    First edition, first impression, colonial issue. One of modern literature’s most appealing books, a seminal work of fiction and a triumph of book design. Read more

  6. Brave New World.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Brave New World. 1932

    £1,375

    First Edition, First Impression. Read more

  7. Brave New World.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Brave New World. 1932

    £3,750

    First edition, first impression, trade issue. One of modern literature’s most appealing books, a seminal work of fiction and a triumph of book design. A superb copy in a bright, striking jacket with the spine panel almost entirely untanned. Read more

  8. Brave New World.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Brave New World. 1947

    £3,500

    Presentation copy of the second Albatross Press edition, inscribed by the author “Pour Jean Thierry-[Mieg ?] de Aldous Huxley qui demande pardon d’avoir si mal écrit son nom, 1948”. The Albatross Modern Continental Library Volume 47. Brave New World was originally published in 1932. Read more

  9. Fascists at Olympia: A Record of Eye-Witnesses and Victims compiled by ‘Vindicator’. [Together with:] Red Violence and Blue Lies: An Answer to Fascists at Olympia.
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    (HUXLEY, Aldous; David Lloyd George, & others.) [HOPKINSON, Sir Henry Thomas, compiled by.]

    Fascists at Olympia: A Record of Eye-Witnesses and Victims compiled by ‘Vindicator’. [Together with:] Red Violence and Blue Lies: An Answer to Fascists at Olympia. 1934

    £375

    First editions, first impressions. Aldous Huxley was one of the eyewitnesses approached by journalist Tom Hopkinson (alias “Vindicator”) for his pamphlet on the violent clashes between Blackshirts and Communist and Jewish groups at the Oswald Mosley rally at Olympia on 7 June 1934. The British … Read more

  10. On Pacifism. Two Addresses.
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    HEARD, Gerald, & Aldous Huxley.

    On Pacifism. Two Addresses. 1935

    £100

    First edition, first impression. Scarce. Read more

  11. What Are You Going to Do About It?
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    What Are You Going to Do About It? 1936

    £100

    First editions, first impressions. With the ownership inscriptions of Harry Mister to the title page of volume I and the cover of volume II. Mister (1914–2006) was a committed pacifist and an early member of the Peace Pledge Union, joining shortly after the organization was … Read more

  12. Eyeless in Gaza.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Eyeless in Gaza. 1936

    £225

    First edition, first impression. Read more

  13. Themes and Variations.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Themes and Variations. 1950

    £475

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, “For Shepard Traube, the friendliest and most intelligent of producers. Aldous Huxley, 1950.” Traube, a theatrical director and producer, had produced and staged Huxley’s play The Giocanda Smile that year; … Read more

  14. The Genius and The Goddess.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    The Genius and The Goddess. 1955

    £250

    Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: “For Frances Rosenthal, with good wishes, Aldous Huxley, 1956”. First US edition, first printing. Originally published in the UK in the same year. Read more

  15. Heaven & Hell.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Heaven & Hell. 1956

    £150

    First edition, first impression of Huxley’s follow-up to The Doors of Perception. Read more

  16. Adonis and the Alphabet and other essays.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Adonis and the Alphabet and other essays. 1956

    £45

    First edition, first impression. Published in the US later the same year under the title Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow. Read more

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