Aldous Huxley The Doors of Perception

ISBN 13: 9781572700659

The Doors of Perception

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9781572700659: The Doors of Perception

This exploratory essay about Aldous Huxley's experience with mescaline, the active principal of peyote, sparked a generation of drug experimentation, and it continues to challenge beliefs about the drugs condoned and forbidden in our society. This classic work is complete and unabridged, with an insightful reading by Rudolf Schirmer, a long-time friend of Huxley. 2 cassettes.

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About the Author:

Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was born in England but resided in California from 1937 on. His best known works include: Brave New World, Chrome Yellow, Point Counter Point, and The Doors of Perception.

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In his later years as a British novelist living in California, Aldous Huxley became involved in several dubious enterprises and quack cures. His experimentation with drugs led to the treatise THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION, here read by his sometime collaborator Rudolph Schirmer, a musician. Huxley interpreted his mescaline trip in terms of spiritual awareness and religious mysticism. Maybe he was still high while writing because some passages seem like gobbledygook. In a hybrid British-American accent, Schirmer does his best to phrase and cadence the text for clarity. His approach is clinically dry and professorial, a tone that serves to dispel any sensationalism and to imbue the author's mystical speculations with an air of science that they may or may not deserve. Y.R. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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