Brave New World Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Brave New World and Bladerunner.
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Brave New World and Bladerunner

Summary: This is a comparative study of the movies Brave New World and Blade Runner. It explores the pretext and textual integrity of the two texts.
In my exploration of the texts "Brave New World," composed by Aldous Huxley in 1931, and "Blade Runner - The Director's Cut," by Ridley Scott, I have acknowledged the opinion and perspective of both composers. Despite appreciating their individual contributions to their texts, I have also come to realise that context can dramatically shape, mould and influence these compositions. Both texts deal with issues of technology severing the relationship between humanity and the natural world, although the different contexts shape different perceptions of this idea. Another common notion throughout the texts is the exploration of the exploitation of humanity at the pursuit of consumption.

In Aldous Huxley's novel "Brave New World," a prevalent and significant concern is the severing of the relationship between humanity and the natural world. Huxley effectively explores this idea through dramatic utilisation of setting. An accumulation of deathly, inanimate words such as...

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