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Brave New World

Summary: Essay discusses the novel "Brave New World."
A Brave New World may seem to be a very outlandish view on the future of our world, but it has recently become a much closer representation of how society could become if the current trends continue. These trends include: Self-gratification, the actual cloning process, and the other ways that people attempt to stay happy all the time. The question then arises, is this Brave New World a positive or a negative"

The utilitarianism way of life in A Brave New World has its good and its bad aspects to it. Personally I feel that with a few modifications, this way of life could prove to be a very good style of living. Today, one of, if not the biggest, problem on our entire planet is people not accepting one another's religious beliefs, social beliefs, and even physical appearances. Because of these different factors, millions of people...

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