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Here Is The One Perfect Book For Every Single Myers-Briggs Type

INTP = "The Thinker" =Traits: Abstract, rational, ingenious, independent ~~~ Book: This type is the most likely to enjoy reading up on philosophy, as they think very abstractly (see: Mr. Ramsay from "To the Lighthouse"). Huxley's blend of scientific insights and social commentary in the classic book, "Brave New World" would probably appeal to them.

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from nytimes.com

What Would Aldous Huxley Make of the Way We Consume Media and Popular Culture?

Adam Kirsch and Jennifer Szalai on the prescience — or lack thereof — of the “Brave New World” author, who died 50 years ago this month.

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20 Mind-Bending Aldous Huxley Book Covers

Today marks the 120th birthday of English novelist and prolific essayist Aldous Huxley. The Brave New World author’s scathing critique of the mass media and the government (and their use of technol…

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20 Mind-Bending Aldous Huxley Book Covers

Today marks the 120th birthday of English novelist and prolific essayist Aldous Huxley. The Brave New World author’s scathing critique of the mass media and the government (and their use of technol…

from Flavorwire

20 Mind-Bending Aldous Huxley Book Covers

Today marks the 120th birthday of English novelist and prolific essayist Aldous Huxley. The Brave New World author’s scathing critique of the mass media and the government (and their use of technol…

from BuzzFeed

23 Books You Didn't Read In High School But Actually Should

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley | 23 Books You Didn’t Read In High School But Actually Should

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one of those books that you read when you're 16 and never forget (& dread-inspiring cover design)@m

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from HubPages

Technological Dystopia - 10 Reasons to Fear Technology

Amusing Ourselves to Death by Stuart McMillen Aldous Huxley vs George Orwell - two incredible authors || :)

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“I want to know what passion is. I want to feel something strongly.” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

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