Tribute Page- Aldous Huxley

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<h1 class="headline">Aldous Huxley</h1>
<h3 class="headline">One of those true greats</h1>
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    <p>Here are some of Huxley's notable milestones: </p></br>
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      <li>Born on July 26th, 1894 in Godalming, Surrey, England.</li>
      <li>A notable novelist whose work was trully imaginative and intellectually demanding.</li>
      <li>Among some of his most notable works one can find books such as "Crome Yellow", "Island", "Point Counter Point" and "The Doors of Perception".</li>
      <li>His most celebrated novel, however, is "Brave New World", a dystpoian story centred around a fully-functioning yet morbidlly sad futuristic world society, whose individuals are kept happy under the influence of happiness drugs and designed rules for all aspects of life. </li>
      <li>Huxley was an enthusiastic supporter of chemical and hallucinagetic drugs, in particular LSD, which he personally used on numerous ocassions.</li>
      <li>Huxley's vision of the world's future stands in deep contrast to that of his contemporary, George Orwell. Whereas Orwell suggested a bleaker depiction of further capitalistic-faschism, Huxley sustained that the people would doom themselves, through entertainment and the like, thus freely giving up their rights, privacy, and descending into a "near-human" status.</li>
      <li>Along the lines of what we see today, it's understandable that his opinions of society and the world are to be taken seriously.</li>
      <li>On the personal side of life, it's important to mention that Huxley struggled with sight-problems throughout his life.</li>
      <li>He was married twice and his most recent wife was Laura (Archera) Huxley</li>
      <li>He won several awards for his works, and movie adaptations were made from his novels.</li>
      <li>He died, willingly under the influence of LSD, on Novemver 22nd, 1963.</li>
  </br><p class= "text-primary">"Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him."</br>-- Aldous Huxley --</br></p>
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  You should definitely look up some more information about this extra-ordinary person, a real human being. A good place to start is his <a href="" target="_blank">Wikipedia entry</a>
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