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Essay | Huxley's Predictions

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Huxley's Predictions

Summary: Essay discusses the predictions that came true in Huxley's "Brave New World."
Huxley's Brave New World, although written in 1932, has predicted many realities in our world today. Such as, the wide spread of drug abuse, the importance of physical appearance, the loss of true love, popularity of sex, and the list continues. The accuracy of Huxley's predictions can be quite disturbing. Many things that he foreshadowed are now in the process of or are now in action.

Drug abuse is now very popular. People use drugs in order to fit in, to change their emotions, and to escape reality. In Huxley's novel the population takes soma every single day to maintain a false happiness. When characters feel uncomfortable in situations or if they want to enjoy a situation more they take soma. It is odd when characters do not want to take soma. For example, Bernard, "In spite of his misery he absolutely refused to take the half gramme raspberry...

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This section contains 1,392 words
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