Aldous Huxley letter to L. P. Jacks

Title
Aldous Huxley letter to L. P. Jacks, 1942.
Author
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.

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Jacks, L. P. (Lawrence Pearsall), 1860-1955
Description
.21 linear foot (1 volume)
Source (note)
  • Purchased from William Reese Company, 2014
Call Number
MssCol 22939
OCLC
881741683
Author
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.
Title
Aldous Huxley letter to L. P. Jacks, 1942.
Summary
Autograph letter signed (4 p.) from British author Aldous Huxley at Llano, California, 1942 September 6, to L. P. Jacks, a British author, educator, philosopher and Unitarian minister. Responding to a query in Jacks's last letter concerning Prometheus, Huxley discusses the nature of reality and evil, political power, certain French Christian mystics (Père Joseph and Pierre de Bérulle), and the possible uses of mystical practice.
Source
Purchased from William Reese Company, 2014
Occupation
Authors.
Clergy.
Educators.
Philosophers.
Added Author
Jacks, L. P. (Lawrence Pearsall), 1860-1955, recipient.
Research Call Number
MssCol 22939
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