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Antic HayWITH A FOREWORD BY DAVID LODGEWhen inspiration leads Theodore Gumbril to design a type of pneumatic trouser cushion to ease the discomfort of sedentary life he decides the time. A mad world exists for those who dare to have mad dreams And they dance through their lives trying to invent to love to find happiness and their dance is called Antic HayMost lovers picture to themselves in their mistresses a secret reality beyond and different from what they see every day They are in love with somebody else – their own invention And sometimes there is a secret reality; and sometimes reality and appearance are the same The discovery in either case is likely to cause a shockWhen one is a dreamer the world is a kaleidoscope of ideas and a firework of expectations And it is better not to wake up

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Civilised Myra Viveash and his burning ambitions begin to lose their urgencyWickedly funny and deliciously barbed Antic Hay epitomises the glittering neuroticism of the twenti. There were a lot of interesting passages in this book and plenty of funny wordplay It really gave the sense of the post WW1 period when nothing seemed to have much meaning Gumbril has a real chance at love but allows it to pass choosing to spend time with Mrs Viveash instead His big scheme for inflatable trousers doesn't uite succeed either Myra Viveash is trapped in the past Lypiatt is the victim of his own enthusiastic mediocrity Rosie mistakes temporary amusement for meaningful relationships It is a society in which everyone is living lives of uiet desperation and they are scarcely aware of it

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review Ê Antic Hay ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é ❰Read❯ ➭ Antic Hay Author Aldous Huxley – Insolpro.co.uk WITH A FOREWORD BY DAVID LODGEWhen inspiration leads Theodore Gumbril to design a type of pneumatic trouser cushion to ease the discomfort of sedentary life he decides the time has come to giHas come to give up teaching and seek his fortune in the metropolis He soon finds himself caught up in the hedonistic world of his friends Mercaptan Lypiatt and the thoroughly. Huxley's first book a satire of dreadful people in the early 1920s Flashes of brilliance in description don't make up for the plotlessness or several lengthy and excruciating stretches of thinly disguised authorial hobbyhorse racing and it's full of misogyny including a nasty victim blaming rape scene racism and antisemitism Deeply avoidable