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Point Counter Point ✓ To this day, Aldous Huxley s Point Counter Point remains my favourite novel The deepest corners of human nature that s where he goes, and that s where I haven t seen anyone else being able to Aldous Huxley ✓ The novel doesn t have a front to back storyline, a precise plot, or a main character It starts off with Walter Bidlake s trials and tribulations , only to extend to the entire social network of the London elite of the 1930s Aldous Huxley ✓ Huxley s versatility brings this writing to the status of masterpiece , since all characters are explored or they explore themselves in great depth, from the flourishing fa ade to the darkest memories and secrets The incredibly beautiful and superficial woman, the rough military leader with a soft spot, the cynical and politically involved, the rich, the one who despises the rich but secretly envies them name it, and you ve got it there And then t ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley º Point Counter Point Á Counterpoint can t exist without a point The opposites need each other The industrialists who purvey standardized ready made amusements to the masses are doing their best to make you as much of a mechanical imbecile in your leisure as in your hours of work But don t let them Make the effort of being human That s an exact description of the today pop culture I wanted to change the world But I have found that the only thing one can be sure of changing is oneself Some persons try to be a part of the universal harmony and some want to become a counterpoint and some are just tone deaf Aldous Huxley å ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ô Point Counter Point Ï Habit is as fatal to a sense of wrong doing as to active enjoyment After a few years the converted or sceptical Jew, the Westernized Hindu, can eat their pork and beef with an equanimity which to their still believing brothers seems brutally cynical It is the same with the habitual debauchee Actions which at first seemed thrilling in their intrinsic wickedness become after a certain number of repetitions morally neutral A little disgusting, perhaps for the practice of most vices is followed by depressing physiological reactions but no longer wicked, because so ordinary It is difficult for a routine to seem wicked Dogs don t fare so well in the novels of Huxley It s a family legacy, perhaps My mood is illuminated by wisecracks about vivisection Whatever the cause, the images are striking, though Point Counterpoint is a different kettle than either Eyeless in Gaza or Brave New World This ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley Ý Point Counter Point ✓ Bad people doing bad things, but in a very witty way That is a brief, if incomplete, summary of Aldous Huxley s novel, Point Counter Point Aldous Huxley ✓ It is broadly a novel of ideas with a novelist of ideas, Philip Quarles, at its center Quarles is a withdrawn, cerebral man, ill at ease with the everyday world and its emotions He is surrounded by friends and family whose lives are like those of the monsters that Philip writes about in his journal Just as Philip decides to structure his novel on the contrapuntal techniques of music think Bach and Beethoven the novel Huxley has written is structured in the same way We are presented with an opening overture of than one hundred fifty pages at a dinner party that serves as an introduction to most of the characters The remainder of t ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ✓ Point Counter Point ✓ To this day, Aldous Huxley s Point Counter Point remains my favourite novel The deepest corners of human nature that s where he goes, and that s where I haven t seen anyone else being able to Aldous Huxley ✓ The novel doesn t have a front to back storyline, a precise plot, or a main character It starts off with Walter Bidlake s trials and tribulations , only to extend to the entire social network of the London elite of the 1930s Aldous Huxley ✓ Huxley s versatility brings this writing to the status of masterpiece , since all characters are explored or they explore themselves in great depth, from the flourishing fa ade to the darkest memories and secrets The incredibly beautiful and superficial woman, the rough military leader with a soft spot, the cynical and politically involved, the rich, the one who despises the rich but secretly envies them name it, and you ve got it there And then t ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley º Point Counter Point Á Counterpoint can t exist without a point The opposites need each other The industrialists who purvey standardized ready made amusements to the masses are doing their best to make you as much of a mechanical imbecile in your leisure as in your hours of work But don t let them Make the effort of being human That s an exact description of the today pop culture I wanted to change the world But I have found that the only thing one can be sure of changing is oneself Some persons try to be a part of the universal harmony and some want to become a counterpoint and some are just tone deaf Aldous Huxley å ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ô Point Counter Point Ï Habit is as fatal to a sense of wrong doing as to active enjoyment After a few years the converted or sceptical Jew, the Westernized Hindu, can eat their pork and beef with an equanimity which to their still believing brothers seems brutally cynical It is the same with the habitual debauchee Actions which at first seemed thrilling in their intrinsic wickedness become after a certain number of repetitions morally neutral A little disgusting, perhaps for the practice of most vices is followed by depressing physiological reactions but no longer wicked, because so ordinary It is difficult for a routine to seem wicked Dogs don t fare so well in the novels of Huxley It s a family legacy, perhaps My mood is illuminated by wisecracks about vivisection Whatever the cause, the images are striking, though Point Counterpoint is a different kettle than either Eyeless in Gaza or Brave New World This ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley Ý Point Counter Point ✓ Bad people doing bad things, but in a very witty way That is a brief, if incomplete, summary of Aldous Huxley s novel, Point Counter Point Aldous Huxley ✓ It is broadly a novel of ideas with a novelist of ideas, Philip Quarles, at its center Quarles is a withdrawn, cerebral man, ill at ease with the everyday world and its emotions He is surrounded by friends and family whose lives are like those of the monsters that Philip writes about in his journal Just as Philip decides to structure his novel on the contrapuntal techniques of music think Bach and Beethoven the novel Huxley has written is structured in the same way We are presented with an opening overture of than one hundred fifty pages at a dinner party that serves as an introduction to most of the characters The remainder of t ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ✓ Point Counter Point ô A phrase like novel of ideas sounds so ponderous and leaden you ll not find many who liked The Magic Mountain as much as I did, but I ll readily admit it was tough going but Huxley proves that a novel of ideas can be on the contrary, witty, playful, and as bitchy as a gin sodden Truman Capote Nearly every page has a line that s a total keeperThe rush to books and universities is like the rush to the public house People want to drown their realization of the difficulties of living properly in this grotesque contemporary world, they want to forget their own deplorable inefficiency as artists in life You got me, Aldous, you got me Aldous Huxley ô ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ☆ Point Counter Point ✓ Huxley never disappointed me so far The man was a very fine writer indeed This is one of his longer works, I think it might even be the longest novel he has wrote It is certainly a very complex work, something I d recommend if you a can appreciate a fine difference between literature and a popular novel, b are a fan of Huxley c want to read something that might actually make to think Point Counter Point is a novel featuring a colourful cast of characters You re bound to love some, and hate the others, but they will all seem very much real to you I read somewhere that Huxley based his characters on real people he knew, and if that is true, that explains why they feel so real Long story short a great cast of characters Now, I ve said there are many characters in this one and there are as many stories as they are characters The stories are ofte ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley Aldous Huxley S Lifelong Concern With The Dichotomy Between Passion And Reason Finds Its Fullest Expression Both Thematically And Formally In His Masterpiece Point Counter Point By Presenting A Vision Of Life In Which Diverse Aspects Of Experience Are Observed Simultaneously, Huxley Characterizes The Symptoms Of The Disease Of The Modern Man In The Manner Of A Composer Themes And Characters Are Repeated, Altered Slightly, And Played Off One Another In A Tone That Is At Once Critical And SympatheticFirst Published In , Huxley S Satiric View Of Intellectual Life In The S Is Populated With Characters Based On Such Celebrities As DH Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield, Nancy Cunard, And John Middleton Murry, As Well As Huxley Himself ✓ Point Counter PointPoint Counter Point 1928 is the third Huxley novel I have read in close succession, following Crome Yellow 1921 and Eyeless in Gaza 1936 It is far closer to Eyeless in Gaza than to Crome Yellow in character vast in scale, structurally complex, hugely ambitious in terms of the philosophical ideas it chooses to wrangle Its great theme is in the words of the epigraph, by Fulke Greville the wearisome condition of humanity, as a wrenching cohabitation of passion and reason, self division s cause PCP has a broader cast list than Eyeless, and is organized contrapuntally, as the title suggests, with a series of interconnected narrative threads, none especially privileged although the novelist Philip Quarles, who seems an ironic self portrait, can perhaps be seen as the work s focalizer in chief The presence of Quarles in the novel allows Huxley to spell out his artistic credo, th ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley Õ Point Counter Point Ü Huxley is quite the literary enigma He is the progenitor of a style of expression that is thoroughly unique and exhaustive in its presentation of the matter at hand and this itself prevents any form of imitation by other lesser competent literary mortals Yet the only deterrent to Huxley is perhaps Huxley himself Over indulgence is undeniably his most persistent arch nemesis and it befuddles the authors best efforts in quite a lot of his creations and is well demonstrated here in PCP The notion is arguable indeed but one cannot quite construct a 400 novel merely out of a compulsion to isolate and vivisect certain episodic and grudgingly personal philosophies A short story would have sufficed for this yet Huxley pompously persuades you with a brilliantly structured opening sequence and then abandons you in a c ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley à Point Counter Point Ý Point Counter Point, the title says what the book is about the double bind that humans are in The quote on the frontispiece is by Fulke Greville Oh, wearisome condition of humanity, Born under one law, to another bound, I read Point Counter Point about ten year ago With novels that have a vast cast of characters, I started keeping a folded sheet of paper as a book mark adding all the names of the characters as they are introduced into the story so as to remember who is who, and I started writing down lines, quotes, words, not forgetting the page number books like P C P are character and ideas based, with the author s philosophy sown into the tale I don t remember too much of the story, I remember the 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Point Counter Point ✓ Huxley never disappointed me so far The man was a very fine writer indeed This is one of his longer works, I think it might even be the longest novel he has wrote It is certainly a very complex work, something I d recommend if you a can appreciate a fine difference between literature and a popular novel, b are a fan of Huxley c want to read something that might actually make to think Point Counter Point is a novel featuring a colourful cast of characters You re bound to love some, and hate the others, but they will all seem very much real to you I read somewhere that Huxley based his characters on real people he knew, and if that is true, that explains why they feel so real Long story short a great cast of characters Now, I ve said there are many characters in this one and there are as many stories as they are characters The stories are ofte ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ✓ Point Counter Point ô A phrase like novel of ideas sounds so ponderous and leaden you ll not find many who liked The Magic Mountain as much as I did, but I ll readily admit it was tough going but Huxley proves that a novel of ideas can be on the contrary, witty, playful, and as bitchy as a gin sodden Truman Capote Nearly every page has a line that s a total keeperThe rush to books and universities is like the rush to the public house People want to drown their realization of the difficulties of living properly in this grotesque contemporary world, they want to forget their own deplorable inefficiency as artists in life You got me, Aldous, you got me Aldous Huxley ô ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley ✓ Point Counter PointPoint Counter Point 1928 is the third Huxley novel I have read in close succession, following Crome Yellow 1921 and Eyeless in Gaza 1936 It is far closer to Eyeless in Gaza than to Crome Yellow in character vast in scale, structurally complex, hugely ambitious in terms of the philosophical ideas it chooses to wrangle Its great theme is in the words of the epigraph, by Fulke Greville the wearisome condition of humanity, as a wrenching cohabitation of passion and reason, self division s cause PCP has a broader cast list than Eyeless, and is organized contrapuntally, as the title suggests, with a series of interconnected narrative threads, none especially privileged although the novelist Philip Quarles, who seems an ironic self portrait, can perhaps be seen as the work s focalizer in chief The presence of Quarles in the novel allows Huxley to spell out his artistic credo, th ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley Õ Point Counter Point Ü Huxley is quite the literary enigma He is the progenitor of a style of expression that is thoroughly unique and exhaustive in its presentation of the matter at hand and this itself prevents any form of imitation by other lesser competent literary mortals Yet the only deterrent to Huxley is perhaps Huxley himself Over indulgence is undeniably his most persistent arch nemesis and it befuddles the authors best efforts in quite a lot of his creations and is well demonstrated here in PCP The notion is arguable indeed but one cannot quite construct a 400 novel merely out of a compulsion to isolate and vivisect certain episodic and grudgingly personal philosophies A short story would have sufficed for this yet Huxley pompously persuades you with a brilliantly structured opening sequence and then abandons you in a c ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley à Point Counter Point Ý Point Counter Point, the title says what the book is about the double bind that humans are in The quote on the frontispiece is by Fulke Greville Oh, wearisome condition of humanity, Born under one law, to another bound, I read Point Counter Point about ten year ago With novels that have a vast cast of characters, I started keeping a folded sheet of paper as a book mark adding all the names of the characters as they are introduced into the story so as to remember who is who, and I started writing down lines, quotes, words, not forgetting the page number books like P C P are character and ideas based, with the author s philosophy sown into the tale I don t remember too much of the story, I remember the characters and some scene ò Point Counter Point ☆ Download by á Aldous Huxley

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