Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

Aldous Huxley

Published by Chatto & Windus, London, in 1932.

First Edition

Signed by Author

In stock



Signed by Huxley at limitation page, lim. 201/324. Gilt top edge, deckled fore and bottom edges. Bound in yellow buckram covered boards, hinges strengthened, black title plate replaced at spine, rubbing and soiling of cloth, with custom cloth-covered slipcase. Ex libris bookplate Gilbert L. Higgins. Previous purchase (1988) canceled check tucked inside front.

The UK edition was bifurcated into signed and trade issues, published simultaneously on February 2nd, following publication of the signed U.S. issue on January 21st, and preceding the U.S. trade issue on February 4th. (Connolly; Eschelbach and Shober.)

“In his latest novel, ‘Brave New World,’ Aldous Huxley presents a provocative picture of the planet some 600 years hence. Worthy of note, in passing, is that the talkies will have become, by that distant date, the feelies. Onward, Hollywood! Here is a new incentive to a greater art.” (Philip K. Scheuer, Los Angeles Times, April 3, 1932.)



Published by: Chatto & Windus

Location published: London

Year published: 1932

Edition: First Edition

Signed by: Signed by Author


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