Aldous Huxley’s Time Must Have A Stop

A Casebook
Casebooks
Edited by David Garrett Izzo
With NameSwapName, Michelle Darnell, Gabe Ricci, Gregory Rich

This Casebook examines the novel that Aldous Huxley himself thought was his most successful at “fusing idea with story,” Time Must Have a Stop is part of Huxley’s lifelong attempt to explore the dilemmas of twentieth-century man and to create characters who, though ill-equipped to solve the dilemmas, all go stumbling on in their painfully serious comedies (in this novel we have the dead atheist who returns in a seance to reveal what he has learned after death but is stuck with a second-rate medium who garbles his messages).

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Edited by David Garrett Izzo
With NameSwapName, Michelle Darnell, Gabe Ricci, Gregory Rich
Publication: Casebooks
Format: Electronic book text
Language: eng
Contents

Introduction:
(PDF 270 KB)
Introduction: “Life, Work, Thought” and Time Must Have a Stop by David Garrett Izzo.

Aldous Huxley and the Perennial Philosophy
(PDF 135 KB)
Aldous Huxley and the Perennial Philosophy: An Introduction to the Basic Concepts by James Baquet

The Dialectics of Spiritual Development
(PDF 182 KB)
The Dialectics of Spiritual Development in Time Must Have a Stop by Michelle Darnell

Shakespeare and the Perennial Philosophy
(PDF 214 KB)
Shakespeare and the Perennial Philosophy: Aldous Huxley’s Time Must Have a Stop by Gabe Ricci

The Skeptic’s View:
(PDF 219 KB)
The Skeptic’s View: Life After Death in Aldous Huxley’s Time Must Have a Stop by Gregory Rich