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    there is free will. In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley creates a world that has rid it’s society of free will through test tube births and childhood conditioning. In the beginning of the book, the director states “We also predestine and condition” (13 Huxley). What he means…

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    pillars that create the of the World State: “Community, Identity, and Stability.” The World State is set in a futuristic era after nuclear devastation. The Brave New World’s society is held together by manipulating the genes, family, and relationships of the community. Although it seems on the surface that the World State is an utopian society, a deeper analysis shows that the conformity and control of the people cause a dystopia. Community is what keeps citizens from becoming outkast by…

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    government Huxley displays in Brave New World.Technology during his era verses the technology in the novel establishes how governments can control people through technology,…

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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a dystopian novel that has been banned due to its dangerous content. The novel encourages people to adopt a lifestyle of drugs, isolation, and polygamy. It urges people to have a negative attitude toward their family and have repressive tolerance. It displays these things in a positive light and can prove to easily manipulate weak minded people into believing the ideas are accurate. The amount of drug use, isolation,the negative attitude toward family,…

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    social classes. Compliance is ensured while rebellion is curtailed through the use of “a wonder drug” and propaganda. Astonishingly, the fictional world described by Huxley is coming to fruition. In this essay, we will examine the similarities and differences in this new world, as illustrated by Huxley, the ideologies of Adolf Hitler, and today’s society as we know it. Was Huxley…

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    Did Aldous Huxley really foresee the world of today in his Brave New World? Huxley describes a ‘‘dystopia which is a community or society that is undesirable and frightening’’ in his novel. Generally, dystopias set in the future and predict how the features of the modern societies will be. Also, Huxley predicts the modern world in some ways in Brave New World. There is a society which contains many new technologies and developments that can only be dreamt in 1900s. Besides, he creates the…

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    I believe it is interesting when Linda is brought back into the director's life. In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, the foundation of the World State is built upon the idea of promiscuity and sexual freedom. Men, women, and children of all ages are encouraged to engage in loosely formed relationships with multiple partners, which helps to destroy feelings of commitment and loyalty. The ideas of settling down, staying faithful to one partner, and starting a family are horrifyingly pornographic…

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    In the Brave New World Huxley presents us with a Utopia and Dystopia also known as the World State and the Savage Reservation. We learn that these two societies are very different with how they view love, religion, nature, and more. The Savage Reservation does everything it can to contradict the World State. Unlike the World State the Reservation is seen as uncivilized and when Lenina and Bernard visit there Lenina is overwhelmed by the smell and grime. In that dystopia birth and death are…

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    Fordism is what defines the society that Huxley creates, in the novel a Brave New World. Without God or any type of religion, science, and art, people grow up with everything they need, right in front of them, at all times. The society of the World State is spoiled; every person is ashamed to have feelings, so they react promiscuously to get what they want, and whenever they feel miserable they take soma, which instantly make them feel better. The language Huxley uses throughout the novel helps…

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    World by Aldous Huxley, the motto of the World State is ‘Community, Identity and Stability’. This utopia desires to be a world where pain and suffering are eliminated for all citizens, but pleasure is perpetual. Consequently, this unknowingly ceases the freedom of the citizens of the World State. Ultimately, citizens of Brave New World’s society are in a constant state of imprisonment due to their inability to feel unhappy. Brave New World focuses on how happiness and truth cannot coexist…

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