A sardonic and outspoken novel, Antic Hay unfolds its polemical theme against the backdrop of London's post-war nihilistic Bohemia. This is Huxley at his biting, brilliant best - a novel charged with excitement and loud with satiric laughter at conventional morality and stuffy people everywhere.
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"Whitfield's voice is fun to listen to, and he uses that playfulness to complement Huxley's biting, satiric prose. He reads marvelously, pacing the story well and using his firm, deep voice to capture the irony and hypocrisy within the book." (AudioFile)
"[A] cry for madder music and for stronger wine." (New York Times)
"Aldous Huxley was the most able of satirists...and it is the essential seriousness of his mind, his real concern with the world which gives him his strength." (Nation)
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