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A Comparative Study of Brave New World

Summary: Compares Aldous Huxley's Brave New World with Lord of the Flies, by William Golding and William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth. Describes major themes and discusses how they relate between the texts.
Brave New World is a book that centres on the idea that if we allow science to take control of too much of our lives, then science will control us. It is not simply a warning of what could happen to society if things go wrong, it is a satirical look of the society that we live in as well as the society that Aldus Huxley, the author, lived in. From the incompatibility of happiness and truth, shown through the use of soma, to the attempt that the world state makes to control and muffle any attempt by a citizen to gain any sort of scientific truth, we see how serious the matter is when it comes to a society controlled by technology and/or science. It causes one to wonder if the theme of two of the most bloody and ruthless pieces...

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