"In the second half of his life Aldous Huxley became ever more concerned with condition of man in the twentieth century, his power to multiply and to destroy himself, his relationship to nature, to society and the values he must live by. Yet, as before, Sybille Bedford presents not only the writer and thinker but also the private man, his family and friends, of whom she was one. 'This book', she writes, 'is a chronological description based on the available evidence, of the life as it appears from the outside of a man whose pilgrimage was within. I have provided no simple explanations because in all the evidence I could find none. Clues, perhaps, and these I have recorded. Answers, no."
Book in good condition, although the spine is creased due to use.