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Essay | Comparative Studies of Brave New World and Blade Runner

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Comparative Studies of Brave New World and Blade Runner

Summary: Discusses and compares Aldous Huxley's novel "Brave New World" and Ridley Scott's film "Blade Runner." It deals with the topic of the wild, which describes how humanity relates to the wild and its rhythms.
John claims: "I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin." - these are the essence of humanity which Huxley presents in his 1932 futuristic fiction, Brave New World. Humanity is a part of natural cycle and process of life. However, humanity constantly seeks to control nature, hence affecting itself and its relationship with nature. Humanity's struggle to control nature, the consequence of this, and the confronting ethical issues, such as loss of essence of humanity, are explored firstly in Aldous Huxley's 1932 fiction Brave New World and Ridley Scott's film noir, Blade Runner. When the responders are positioned in the futuristic wildernesses of the two texts, we are asked to compare these wildernesses to our context, reflect on our changing relationship with the natural world and are questioned as to what the...

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