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Book Description

First editions, near fine in dust jackets. "Along The Road: Notes & Essays of a Tourist" spine browned, spare title label tipped in at rear; dj spine sunned w/minor wear at head and tail. "Do What You Will: Essays" fine; dj spine browned and chipped at spine ends.
Dealer Notes
Huxley's opening chapter "Why Not Stay at Home"in "Along The Road" is cynically humorous, and – given the current pandemic – perhaps apropriate.
Author Aldous Huxley
Date 1925 & 1929
Binding Publisher's original cloth.
Publisher London: Chatto & Windus.
Pages 259 & 310

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