Aldous Huxley - The Art of Seeing
English | ISBN O 7011 0788 X | archived doc file | 79 pages | 117kB
A book about William H. Bates' method of eyesight curing without glasses.
Both a document and a handbook The Art of Seeing records Aldous Huxley's victory over near-blindness and details the simple exercises anyone can follow to improve eyesight. Using the method devised by Dr. W. H. Bates, "the pioneer of visual education," as Huxley called him, and heeding the advice of Dr. Bates' disciple, Margaret D. Corbett, Aldous Huxley conquered a vision problem that had plagued him for more than a quarter century.
An interesting book for those who watched Prof. V.G. Zhdanov's course on eyesight correction without glasses, also on AvaxHome.
Published by Chatto & Windus, London, 1974 (first edition - 1943)
ISBN O 7011 0788 X
Format: MS Word doc (reformatted scan), 79 pages
Archive size: 117kB
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