Download PDF by Harold Bloom: Aldous Huxley (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)

By Harold Bloom

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Aldous Huxley has been referred to as the 20 th century's solution to the Renaissance philosopher. He received reputation from his utopian and dystopian fiction, together with courageous New global, element Counter element, Crome Yellow, and Ape and Essence. study extra approximately Huxley in the course of the paintings of revered critics incorporated during this textual content. This identify, Aldous Huxley, a part of Chelsea condominium Publishers’ smooth severe perspectives sequence, examines the key works of Aldous Huxley via full-length serious essays by way of professional literary critics. moreover, this name contains a brief biography on Aldous Huxley, a chronology of the author’s existence, and an introductory essay written by means of Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of the arts, Yale collage.

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Lawrence (Letters 831), Huxley’s fatalistic attitude in the novel about the senselessness of suffering mirrors his personal sorrow. Spiritual grace found in the mystical imagery of light and color in this work combines with animal grace and human grace to form “The Unknown Quantity” needed to know oneself. The narrator, John Rivers, explains: “At one end of the spectrum it’s pure spirit, it’s the Clear Light of the Void; and at the other end it’s instinct, it’s health, it’s the perfect functioning of an organism that’s infallible so long as we don’t interfere with it; and somewhere between the two extremes is what St.

Miller (modeled after Huxley’s friend Gerald Heard, among others), who instructs Anthony Beavis in mystical meditation. In adolescence young Anthony travels on a train with his father and uncle to Lollingdon for his mother’s funeral service. ” Anthony begins to cry and has to wipe his eyes. Then, “luminous under the sun, the world before him was like one vast and intricate jewel. The elms had withered to a pale gold. Huge above the fields, and motionless, they seemed to be meditating in the crystal light of the morning” (18).

The darkness in the second stanza remains “static” and “rather undeveloped,” according to Donald Watt, but he also agrees that it expresses Huxley’s enduring theme of “the need for some guiding light in the dark night of the soul” (Meditative” 116–17). The seeds of Huxley’s developing ideas about the levels of vision in the external world also emerge in a compatible poem in The Burning Wheel. In “Two Realities” “I,” possibly the poet, sees life in its brilliant colors—“A waggon passed with scarlet wheels / And a yellow body, shining new” and feels a sense of the beauty of life.

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