Collected Short Stories (Huxley)

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First edition (publ. Chatto & Windus)

The Collected Short Stories of Aldous Huxley (1957) consists of twenty stories compiled from five of Huxley's earlier collections and one from his novel Crome Yellow.

Limbo (1920):

  • "Happily Ever After"
  • "Eupompus Gave Splendour to Art by Numbers"
  • "Cynthia"
  • "The Bookshop"
  • "The Death of Lully"

Crome Yellow (1921):

  • "Sir Hercules"

Mortal Coils (1922):

  • "The Gioconda Smile"
  • "The Tillotson Banquet"
  • "Green Tunnels"
  • "Nuns at Luncheon"

Little Mexican (1924):

  • "Little Mexican"
  • "Hubert and Minnie"
  • "Fard"
  • "The Portrait"
  • "Young Archimedes"

Two or Three Graces (1926):

  • "Half Holiday"
  • "The Monocle"
  • "Fairy Godmother"

Brief Candles (1930):

  • "Chawdron"
  • "The Rest Cure"
  • "The Claxtons"