Limbo (short story collection)
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Limbo (1920), Aldous Huxley's first collection of short fiction, consists of six short stories and a play.
- "Farcical History of Richard Greenow"
- "Happily Ever After"
- "Eupompus Gave Splendour to Art by Numbers"
- "Happy Families" (play)
- "The Bookshop"
- "The Death of Lully"
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