Known to friends as &ldquo;Ogie&rdquo;&nbsp;&mdash; as in <em>ogre</em>&nbsp;&mdash; and to Virginia Woolf as &ldquo;the gigantic grasshopper,&rdquo; <strong>Aldous Huxley</strong> loomed large

Known to friends as &amp;ldquo;Ogie&amp;rdquo;&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; as in ogre&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; and to Virginia Woolf as &amp;ldquo;the gigantic grasshopper,&amp;rdquo; Aldous Huxley loomed
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Known to friends as “Ogie” — as in ogre — and to Virginia Woolf as “the gigantic grasshopper,” Aldous Huxley loomed large

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