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Standard Name: Huxley, Julia
Used Form: Julia Arnold
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Aldous Huxley||
His mother, born Julia Arnold , was a younger sister of Mary Augusta Ward and a niece of Matthew Arnold . She took a first-class English honours degree at the new Somerville College, Oxford ...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Augusta Ward||
One of MAW 's younger sisters became the writer, lecturer, and photographer Ethel Arnold .
Another, Julia , who was eleven years younger than Mary Augusta, was an early graduate of Somerville College, Oxford ...
This small, progressive school, which emphasized the study of art, literature, and theatre, was founded and headed by Julia (Mrs Leonard) Huxley , mother of Aldous Huxley and sister of the novelist Mary Augusta Ward
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When Aunt Mary (aunt of the protagonist, Will Farnaby) dies horribly and bitterly of cancer, full of a hatred quite unlike her former, characteristic charity and courage, Sutherland reads her as a blend of...
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