CliffsNotes on Huxley's Point Counterpoint
In CliffsNotes on Huxley's Point Counter Point, you follow the exploits of three families in post-World War I Europe, as author Aldous Huxley examines the emptiness and corruption of post-war British life. Point Counter Point is a prime example of the "novel of ideas," in which the ideas expressed in the novel take center stage and provide the drama and action of the novel.
In this study guide, you'll find Life of the Author, as well as a Character List, detailed chapter commentaries, and review questions and a selected bibliography. You'll also find critical essays on the following topics:
- Huxley's character names
- The "novel of ideas"
- The "musicalization of fiction"
- Huxley's technique
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