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Essay | Blade Runner/Brave New World

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Blade Runner/Brave New World

Summary: Discusses the inter-texuality between the film, Blade Runner, and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. The essay question is "The experience of the wild exposes and educates." How well is this statement supported by your prescribed texts?
"The experience of the wild exposes and educates." How well is this statement supported by your prescribed texts"

Individuals have an innate tendency to venture `in to the wild'. To leave familiarity and seek what lies beyond the horizon and through these experiences whether it be bad or good, individuals both acknowledges and learns from these experiences.

This tendency have progressed through out time and is supported in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. Even in the fictitious metropolis of Los Angeles or dystopic London, we still see that the experiences of the wild exposes and educates.

The `Wild' presented in Bladerunner is not so much nature in it self but the products of a world detached from nature, shaped by technology in a `wild' and uncertain process.

The products of such a world include vast, dark, polluted cities, the absence...

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