London: Chatto & Windus, 1941. "New Impression" Hardcover. , 601 pp., octavo, original brown cloth with cover titles in white, dustjacket. Spidery and illegible non-authorial inscription to front free endpaper, else very good in moderately worn, price-clipped jacket. Item #22758
Huxley's longest novel, an examination of conflicting worldviews, social mores and intellectual ideals among a group of characters, some of whom are loosely based on the prominent figures in the world of literature and the arts, including DH Lawrence, John Middleton Murray, Augustus John, et al.