Little Mexicans and Other Stories

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Little Mexicans is one of Aldous Huxley’s most promising and prominent works from his early work that culminated in the 1931 publication of what is now considered to be his masterpiece, A Brave New World.

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“… the houses that looked upon it had faces simple indeed, burgess and ingenuous, but not without a certain nobility, not without a kind of unassuming provincial elegance.”

Huxley remains one of the few writers of the 20th century to have built such an impressive oeuvre with seemingly little effort. That is testament to what many regard as his genius, and Little Mexicans is one of his most promising and prominent works from his early work that culminated in the 1931 publication of what is now considered to be his masterpiece, A Brave New World. Through his short stories, Huxley provides keen observations into the world around him — and unabashedly through his own eyes with brutal honesty and remarkable wit and tact.

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