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Brave New World

Brave New World: A Book of Literary Merit and one Worthy of Attention

There are many different literary works that may be identified as holding great literary merit, and it is no secret that as a result of their merit that they are worthy of the attention of the masses; the question becomes, given the limited time that an individual is present in...

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2520 words | 10 page(s)
Brave New World Themes

Style of writing The style of writing that Huxley uses in the book Brave New World is precise taunting. The term taunting defines how Huxley holds back disclosure of the most crucial information from the writer. An example of the taunting style is visible where he does not disclose whether...

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929 words | 4 page(s)
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Brave New World Test Questions

1. Define motif. Explain the significance of each motif: promiscuity, lack of family unit, drugs/ escapism, conditioning, worship of Ford, being an outcast, technology, caste system, cloning. Motif: any recurring element that has symbolic significance in a story. Huxley’s use of promiscuity in brave new world helps show the breakdown...

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Brave New World Novel Analysis

“Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley has long been lauded as a controversial, but masterful work that analyzes the effects of implements and ideas such as technology and religion on society, as well as critiques of the way in which social norms develop and the means through which people live...

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The Individual and Society in Brave New World

Aldus Huxley's “Brave New World” is a novel that focuses directly on the relationship between the individual and society, and that uses this relationship in order to pass judgement on both the society that he depicts and the contemporary social structures that inform it. At the same time, however, Huxley...

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663 words | 3 page(s)