Chatto & Windus, London, United Kingdom, 1954. The Doors of Perception is usually published in a combined volume with Huxley's essay Heaven and Hell (1956) (1954), From: Huxley's philosophical treatise based upon his experience with mescaline. Harper & Brothers. More information about this seller More information about this seller Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Interior with pencil underlining and end marks (all in pencil as well), first section loosening though still tight, original covers with moderate rubbing to the edges, mylar covered dust jacket with the original 1.75 price intact though missing spine section as well as a few chips. - I do not add my name to the dustjacket. Secure packaging for safe delivery. More information about this seller One of the key works of drug literature.Free endpapers partially and lightly tanned, otherwise fine in near fine, slightly nicked dustwrapper. 79pp. Whether the reader agrees with Mr. Huxley's conclusions or not, The Doors of Perception remains a unique glimpse into the mind of one of the greatest living writers, and a challenging discussion of the human personality". 1. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Published by My dustjackets are as true a representation as is possible. Penguin, 1959. | Contact this seller Dust Jacket Condition: good +. Wonderful jacket design as shown. Published by Published by Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Huxley's philosophical treatise based upon his experience with mescaline. The Doors famously took their band name from the title. (1959), About this Item: Penguin, 1959. Seller Inventory # ABE-1547377995194. Condition: New. Published by About this Item: Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, 1954. | Contact this seller Published by To primitive religion and the Indians of Mexico and the American Southwest it was a friend of immemorially long standing. (Lancaster, PA, U.S.A.), About this Item: Harpercollins, New York, 1990. Seller Inventory # RVB06011704. Near Fine: tight and square binding in sharp blue cloth; bright gilt; a little toning to the edge of the page block; previous owner's signature neatly to the ffep; the usual band of offsetting to each free endpaper; a small stain to the top of one page, else bright, crisp and clean. Condition: Very Good +. 1954 1st edition, later printing; Harper & Brothers; New York. | Contact this seller (Paris, France), About this Item: Monaco, Editions du Rocher, 1954, 1954. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. Harper & Brothers, New York, 1954. More information about this seller Octavo. The first US edition (Harper & Brothers) was published simultaneously with the first UK edition (Chatto & Windus), both 1954. Huxley's well-known classic work, an account of his use of mescaline, which has been described as "the most influential single work on the use of psychedelic drugs". Condition: Good. Near Fine/Very Good. Penguin Harper & Brothers, New York, 1954. First edition. Near Fine/Very Good. Still, it presents rather well; in an archival plastic protector. The dustjacket is unclipped; showing some edgewear and chipping at the margions of the spine; two larger chips on the rear cover; darkened a bit on the spine. Surprisingly, this book is free of any previous owner's names or markings. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Plus. Octavo. First American Edition. First Edition. Set in Linotype Times Roman. From: 18. The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley. Signed. Set in Linotype Times Roman. One of the results was this most unusual and compelling book. Former owner's name in ink otherwise unmarked. Whether the reader agrees with Mr. Huxley's conclusions or not, The Doors of Perception remains a unique glimpse into the mind of one of the greatest living writers, and a challenging discussion of the human personality". A NEAR FINE FIRST IN DJ. Robert Kanters évoque Aldous Huxley dans La littérature contemporaine et le pouvoir des clefs, paru en 1950 à La Table Ronde, texte en partie consacré à l'occultisme et la vie mystique : "Ce qu il faut surtout retenir de la tentative d Huxley [.] The Doors of Perception is a poignant book, partly because it reveals the human frailties and yearnings of a very cerebral writer, Financial Times Synopsis In 1953, in the presence of an investigator, Aldous Huxley took four-tenths of a gramme of … Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Dustjacket has had a few repairs over its lifetime. (1990), ISBN 10: 0060900075ISBN 13: 9780060900076, From: (Cold Spring, NY, U.S.A.), About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1954. The dustjacket is unclipped; showing some edgewear and chipping at the margions of the spine; two larger chips on the rear cover; darkened a bit on the spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. The clipped, first-state dustwrapper is Very Good: crisp and bright with vivid colouring; modest toning to the spine and folds; rubbed to the spine tips and corners and a little loss to the head of the spine; a trace of dustiness to the rear panel; three short closed tears of around 5mm; faint stain by 'The' to the front panel; presented in a removable, archival-quality Brodart protective cover. Tiniest hints of wear to the tips, previous-owner signatures on the FFEP and the half-title; else, a Fine copy. PREVIOUS OWNER'S SMALL RUBBER STAMP ON FIRST BLANK PAGE. Ships securely boxed with tracking on domestic orders. One of the key works of drug literature.Free endpapers partially and lightly tanned, otherwise fine in near fine, slightly nicked dustwrapper. - The dustjackets are packed flat in a sturdy cardboard box and are not folded, so they will reach you in an unfolded mint condition. My dustjackets are as true a representation as is possible. | Contact this seller Hardcover. Hardcover. First edition. Published by Traduit de l'anglais par Jules Castier. Huxley was a classical scholar and novelist in Britain with daring and visionary expression as early as 1932 with "Brave New World". 1st Edition. Signé par l'auteur. Original DJ not clipped, showing price 6s net, spine head chipped with minor loss, old internal repair reinforcing to spine head and top tips.