Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963) received popularity as an English philosopher and book writer. He published closed to fifty books between essays, poems, fiction, and non-fiction works. Huxley attended his academic career at Balliol College, Oxford in English Literature. He took part in the editing of the Oxford Poetry literary magazine and later wrote screenplays, satire and travel works. Before his death in 1937, he lived in Los Angeles, United States. Huxley received the Nobel Prize nomination in literature over seven times. He also formed part of the Royal Society of Literature in 1962. Some of his popular books include The Doors of Perception (1954), Island (1962) and Brave New World (1932).
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