Aldous Leonard Huxley was an English novelist, intellectual, satirist and essayist, who rose to prominence in the 20th century as one of the most important literary figures of the time. He was born in the influential Huxley family which was known throughout England for producing some of the finest minds in the country and he was no exception. He studied at Eton College and then at Oxford University, before embarking on a remarkably successful career as a writer. He was also the editor of the Oxford Poetry magazine during his life as a university student. Huxley’s most famous works as a novelist includes the novel ‘Brave New World’, ‘Point Counter Point’, ‘The Perennial Philosophy’ and ‘Island’ among others. He was also a prolific writer of non-fiction and one of the well-known works in that genre is the book ‘The Doors of Perception.’ Huxley had also worked on movie scripts and had also been an active travel writer. His life’s work as a literary figure of rare gift saw him elected to the Royal Society of Literature as the Champion of Literature. Here are some of the best quotes from Aldous Huxley’s life and work that would certainly appeal to the curious mind.