Abstract

Abstract:

This essay considers Aldous Huxley's Ape and Essence in the light of late 1940s conservationism. The novel shares specific concerns with contemporary conservationist non-fiction, but embeds these within a fragmented, polyvocal novel. Doing so, it demonstrates how different schools of thought clash, each blind to underlying nature in some aspect.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1925-5683
Print ISSN
0027-1276
Pages
pp. 87-101
Launched on MUSE
2021-05-13
Open Access
No
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