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Reaction to "Brave New World"

Summary: Essay is a readers reaction to "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
When Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World, he had the intentions of writing about the future and how the world would run six hundred years from now. My reaction to the novel just as I finished reading it has changed now that I have taken a few moments to think of the work in its entirety. Possibly because my views of the world six hundred years in the future were much different than that of Huxley's before I read Brave New World.

When I first read this novel, I was shocked and appalled at the technology and the uses that the human race had put it to. Although I must say that I was amazed as to how Huxley had the intuition to bring such technology to a novel of the 1930's. However, the growing of humans in laboratories and the fact that other humans...

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