Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' Brave New World ' Essay

1576 Words Dec 16th, 2016 7 Pages
1984, by George Orwell is about a futuristic Utopian society in which the government controls every aspect of their citizens lives. Whereas in Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, he writes about a society that is also controlled completely by their government, but with much more leeway. Through reading these books, it is much easier to visualize Brave New World as a society that that has the possibility of flourishing, even if everything they do is monitored. It is a society that most people would rather live in because they want to feel happiness, and freedom. In both books the reader can really witness how society and a controlling government can mess with a person 's sanity, and their entire life. Both governments end up controlling their societies minds in some sort of way, and the reader can visualize how strict control can affect a society’s ' feelings. It can make them feel scared, crazy, confused, or even isolated. No matter how hard someone is controlled, a person can’t control an entire society. In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley presented a government that is controlled but also lenient with their citizens. Unlike in 1984 where the government will take people away and torture them if they even think about something other than working (Orwell 197). Aldous Huxley actually represented a believable place to live. Through his words he let his readers imagine the wonderful world that was taking place in London (Huxley 3). He brought his words to life and made the people…

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