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Brave New World is a dystopian novel by English author Aldous Huxley

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- . An interesting movie exploring contemporary advertising, television and consumerism as it related to Brave New World. Film includes interviews with academics, hermits and Huxley scholars. . Filmmakers: Ewan Jones-Morris & Andrzej Wójcik. Original site is down but here is the .

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- at Themestream. By Robert Rickover. Short essay on temporal focus as relating to the Alexander Technique and Island.- . By Jay Stevens. About The Doors of Perception. At the Psychedelic Library.- . Info on peyote and mescalin and psychoactive links.- . March 12, 1994. - addressed to Aldous Huxley.
- Ken Russell's movie "" is based on the book by Aldous Huxley entitled "The Devils of Loudon" (1952).- : The Epilog of The Devils of Loudun. - at the Internet Movie Database.- , a feature-length documentary film produced and directed by Oliver Hockenhull.
- on your iPod: Choose from The Doors Of Perception, Antic Hay, Brave New World, and Crome Yellow and more.
- by Big Sur Tapes . Huxley audio tapes.- Albert Hofmann.
- , notes from.- . General info By W. T. S. Thackara.
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- - some comments - in Contemporary Review 2001.- . Short essay by Huxley. - . This essay, the last Huxley wrote, was published in Show Magazine in 1964 soon after his death.
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- by Aldous Huxley to They Still Draw Pictures.- by Brock Bakke.- - complete online text by Project Gutenberg.- by Huxley
- by Huxley.
- . Technology for Nonviolent Struggle by Brian Martin.
- by Aldous Huxley.
- about 29 poems online- , on the Bohemian Ink site. - Prologue of Technology for Nonviolent Struggle by Brian Martin
- by Aldous Huxley 1924. Adobe Acrobat file.- . March 20, 1962. 45 minute taped discourse following by a Q&A session. Listen with Streamworks player. He Explains his view on how the powers-that-be attempt to persuade the populace into consenting to the current state of affairs which may be unpleasant.
- . Germany. Provides information on activities and research concerning the author. It also promotes the academic study of the works of Aldous Huxley, in particular critical editions, commentaries and interpretations, and aims to make a wider public acquainted with the thought and writings of the author. Founded June 25, 1998.
- - info on The Devils, The Genius and the Goddess, and The Giocanda Smile. Includes producers, directors, and cast members along with the old show dates.
- by John Derbyshire. The New Criterion.
- by Clive James. The curious career of Aldous Huxley.
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- , site to to meetup with other fans of Huxley around the world.
- . General discussions on philosophical matters.
- - Critical Essay by Jerome Meckler.
- - by Sally Paulsell.
- by François Fénelon (1651–1715). French theologian and writer, a leader of the quietism heresy. Several quotes in The Perennial Philosophy.
- in The Century: A Popular Quarterly.
- 12-15-2007.
- , 1958 video. Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.
- ,read by Aldous Huxley. Old Time Radio Catalog. Nine shows for over 6 hours.