Correspondence to and from Pinker and Sons concerning Aldous Huxley, 1922-1934 and 1943.


Correspondence to and from Pinker and Sons concerning Aldous Huxley, 1922-1934 and 1943.

Correspondence between James B. Pinker and Sons, Inc., literary agents, and various persons, publishers, and editors about Huxley's works. Included are three Huxley letters, a notebook of his drawings, an original corrected typescript of "Antic hay, " and typescripts of "Beyond the Swarm, " "Man's most dangerous myth, " and "Success." There are also excerpts from "Christopher Wren." Principal correspondents include Chatto & Windus, George H. Doran, Harper Brothers, and Eric S. Pinker.

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