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Brave New World and Pleasantville

Summary: The similarities between Brave New World by Huxley and the movie Pleasantville.
The works Brave New World and Pleasantville were created over fifty years apart.  One is about a world over five hundred years in the future. Whereas the other is about a world in the 1900s.  Although Brave New World and Pleasantville may seem very different, they have many similarities in setting, conflict, and theme.

The settings of Brave New World and Pleasantville share similar qualities, although different in many ways.  Both works contrast a real world of despair and an unreal world of shallow happiness.

The real world of Pleasantville is the actual real world.  The main characters are teenagers of divorced parents.  The son watches a great deal of television, specifically an oldies show called "Pleasantville."  On the other hand, the daughter tries to be popular and attract boys.  It seems as if their lives are confused...

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