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Brave New World and Blade Runner

Summary: Examines in what ways are Aldous Huxley and Ridley Scott critical of the way humans interact with their environment in "Brave New World" and "Blade Runner." Provides specific reference to the novel and the film. Describes how the film and novel focus on humans interacting with their environment.
Aldous Huxley and Ridley Scott are critical of the way humans interact with their environment through their texts "Brave New World" and "Blade Runner." This criticism can be seen in many different ways throughout the texts such as in the relationships between characters, the emotions shown by the characters, their concept of creation, their natural environment, technology's control over their lives and their attempts to escape from their environment.

The relationship between characters is one way Aldous Huxley is critical of the way people interact with their environment in "Brave New World." Throughout the novel nobody has a true connection with anyone. There are no families and "everyone belongs to everyone else" (p. 31). It is a sad irony that the one character who is capable of love, John the Savage, ends up dying because nobody can love him in return. Huxley is telling us...

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