ALDOUS HUXLEY - HEAVEN AND HELL

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ALDOUS HUXLEY - HEAVEN AND HELL

95.00

First U.K. edition, first impression

Published by, Chatto & Windus (Mescaline writings), 1956

A companion essay to The Doors of Perception, Huxley is concerned in this book with the visionary power that could be derived from psychoaddictive drugs or hypnosis in the 'New World'. The title derives from William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. The dust jacket is designed by acclaimed illustrator John Woodcock. 

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Condition: Light shelf wear to cover edges. Pages clean and unfaded. Very minor foxing to top outer page edges. Dust jacket clean and bright, but slightly chipped crown and corners.