Tag: Aldous Huxley lived on Deronda Drive

July 22, 2016 /

“If, oddly enough, he has chosen California for his home, the products of his pen are still respectfully and enthusiastically received on both sides of the Atlantic. In short, he is an acknowledged dean of contemporary literature, and we his admiring pupils.” Cecil Beaton, 1957

June 18, 2016 /

Aldous Huxley, The Art of Fiction No. 24, Paris Review Interviewed by Raymond Fraser, George Wickes It is rather odd to find Aldous Huxley in a suburb of Los Angeles called Hollywood. He lives in an unpretentious hilltop house that suggests the Tudor period of American real-estate history. On a…