About This Book
A varied and emotionally complex cast of characters interact with one another and the broader society in Britain in the 1920s, their experiences exploring themes of modern living, morality, and humanity.
Point Counter Point reflects many of the same sentiments about the perils of modern life as Aldous Huxley's later novel Brave New World, but presents these ideas in a more subtle and intricate fashion. Often considered Huxley's masterpiece, Point Counter Point was the author's longest and most complex work, and many of the main characters are thought to be influenced by contemporary public figures such as D.H. Lawrence and Sir Oswald Mosley.
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