Essay on Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

1036 Words May 7th, 2015 5 Pages
In the book “Brave New World” A. Huxley creates a civilization build by the motto “COMMUNITY, IDENTITY, STABILITY”, resonating socialist ideas that were marching throughout the entire world in the 30 's. His inspiration might have been the famous french phrase: “Liberty, Fraternity, Equality” which sounds similar but opposes to what he creates in his famous book. By being sarcastic Huxley ironically judges the communist philosophies in his book as a repulse to the Marxism that enclosed him in the gap between the second World Wars, and before. By the second paragraph the readers can realize that there is more to come from the brave new world; as they are introduced to the fear of A. Huxley who foresees a dark side for the continuously evolving sciences. Quotes as “shining porcelain of a laboratory”, “ white...hands gloved”, “ pale corpse-coloured rubber”, and “polished tubes like butter”, a glare of grotesque sterility prevents many from relating to this new environment. Soon, the reader realizes that the “CENTRAL LONDON HATCHERY AND CONDITIONING CENTRE” is more than a laboratory; it actually represents the mother of this new society, the governmental body of this nation, the heart of this new world which functions in such a perfect and systematical way that nothing could ever break it. Brave New World portrays a scientific government that controls its population by allowing and creating only the perfect and the needed civilians to live by strict coordinates while…

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