An unpublished (until 1999) play by Aldous Huxley. Written just before Brave New World, Now More Than Ever is a play about nationalism (read political capitalilsm) and communism in England in the 1920's. The title comes from a poem by Yeats:
"Now more than ever seems it fit to die, to cease upon the midnight with no pain."

This Play is not incredibly well written and Huxley tried unsuccessfuly several times to have it published. Jim Sexton discovered it in Texas.

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