Aldous Huxley in Conversation with John Morgan

Based on Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Since his early satirical comedies Antic Hay and Brave New World Aldous Huxley has always been a keen observer of human frailties and ambitions. Tonight he talks about his view of contemporary society and, among other subjects, about his friend D. H. Lawrence, about British puritanism, about the United States where he now lives, and about the abandonment of the search for Utopia.


Licence: ERA Licence required

  • Type: Analysis
  • Channel: BBC TV
  • Duration: 29'26''
  • Broadcast date: 1961

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Staff and students of licensed education establishments only
Cannot be adapted

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