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Brave New World

Truman Show vs Brave New World

Within the modern world, there is a great emphasis by modern society on a number of traits that are commonly found within literary imaginings of totalitarian states. State control, surveillance, and cultural domination are all themes that are explored within both the Brave New World, and the Truman Show. While...

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Huxley’s Brave New World Analysis

The role of literature is to shine a light on society in order to show what dangers may lie around the bend, and to demonstrate some of the blind spots that society might have. With this in mind, it is particularly important to understand the work of Aldous Huxley. In...

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Book Review: Brave New World, Aldous Huxley

Like George Orwell’s dystopian classic, 1984, which came a decade later, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World traces the boundaries of dystopic science fiction and gives readers a look into a worrisome future. Brave New World follows the plight of the citizens of the World State, a futuristic society where human...

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Brave New World Final

Globalization is a common theme in various aspects of modern life. Given the nature of global economics and the integration of technology allowing for a synergy of communication and information dispersal, the world is more connected than it has ever been. This is one of the primary elements of “Brave...

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