Crome Yellow


  1. ^ First edition cover
  2. ^ Nicholas Murray, ”Blight, Mildew and Smut”, Foxed Quarterly 34
  3. ^ "Scherzo for Bassoon" in H. L. Menken’s Smart Set Criticism, Regnery Publishing, 1987]
  4. ^ F. Scott Fitzgerald, "Aldous Huxley’s Crome Yellow", St Paul Daily News, 26 February 1922
  5. ^ Thomas L. Mchaney, "Oversexing the Natural World" in Faulkner and the Natural World (eds Donald M. Kartiganer, Ann J. Abadie), University Press of Mississippi, p.22
  6. ^ Bartłomiej Biegajło, Totalitarian (In)Experience in Literary Works and Their Translations, Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2018, p.22
  7. ^ Cara Rice, "Who Stole the Future", in Russell Revisited, Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009, p.110
  8. ^ Rintoul, M. C. (2014-03-05). Dictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction. Routledge. p. 163. ISBN 978-1-136-11932-3.
  9. ^ M.C. Rintoul, Dictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction, Routledge, 2014, pp. 441, 274
  10. ^ Jerome Meckier, "Sir George Sitwell’s contrbutions to Crome Yellow", Modern Fiction Studies 23.2, (Summer 1977), pp. 235-239
  11. ^ Jerome Meckier, Aldous Huxley, from Poet to Mystic, LIT Verlag Münster, 2011, pp.157-8
  12. ^ Ronald T. Sion, Aldous Huxley and the Search for Meaning, Macfarland 2010, pp.30-31
  13. ^ Peter Bowering, Aldous Huxley: A Study of the Major Novels, A&C Black, 2014, pp.38-44
  14. ^ BBC Broadcasts
  15. ^ Dorothy Johnston, review in the Sydney Morning Herald, 3 January 2015
  16. ^ New Play Exchange
  17. ^ Jenny’s song on YouTube

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