Heaven & Hell by Aldous Huxley


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Huxley explores 'the supreme truth that perception... can be the same as Revelation.' A sequel to his essay on the mescalin experience The Doors of Perception published two years before.

'The firelight touches and transfigures her face, and we see, concretely illustrated, the impossible paradox and supreme truth—that perception is (or at least can be, ought to be) the same as Revelation, that Reality shines out of every appearance, that the One is totally, infinitely present.'

London: Chatto & Windus, 1956. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. 88pp. Jacket design by John Woodcock. Light wear to jacket, edges rubbed, spine sunned, darkened to the rear, not price-clipped. A near-fine copy.