Huxley, Aldous -- Brave New World [Book]
London: Chatto & Windus, 1932. First Edition. 306pp. Hardcover: VERY GOOD. Dust Wrapper: VERY GOOD. Book shows minor signs of age including minor discoloration on the boards, which are slightly cocked, and an owner’s signature on the front endpaper. Wrapper bears signs of shelf wear, with minor chipping and a small tear on the upper spine. His first dystopian novel, Brave New World represents Huxley’s most popular piece of work and illustrates his disenchantment with the world and led him to relocate to California to seek a more spiritual life. His imagined future considers the danger of new technologies and modernization to humanity. Named by Modern Library as one of the 100 Greatest Novels of the twentieth century.