After Many a Summer Dies the Swan


By Aldous Huxley

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Jo Stoyte, an aging Hollywood millionaire, has had a successful life by many people's standards. However, driven by fear of his own mortality, Stoyte contemplates the meaning of life and death, surrounding himself with friends and colleagues who have their own ideas about the answers to these age-old questions.

Published seven years after author Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, After Many a Summer Dies the Swan is a philosophical account of life and death. Many of the ideas laid out in After Many a Summer Dies the Swan are solidified in Huxley's final novel about human utopia, Island.

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