Aldous Huxley’s "Roll of Honour": (Dis)Engagement with England

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Title Aldous Huxley’s "Roll of Honour": (Dis)Engagement with England
Autor: Shadurski, Maxim
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/3425
Date: 2015
Źródło: From word to discourse : monograph / edited by Katarzyna Kozak, Agnieszka Rzepkowska. - Siedlce: IKR[i]BL, 2015, p. 35-43
Abstract: Through reference to Brave New World (1932), this article explores Aldous Huxley’s engaged relationship to the problem of England in a wider context of his poetry, at the level of genre and narrative topography. It argues that Brave New World enacts this problem as a failed standoff between global capitalism and insularity, between a World State and a residual England marked by a quaint vernacular topography.

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