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1984 Vs. Brave New World - Conceived Reality

Summary: A comparison between "Brave New World" and "1984" in terms of how the controlling governements produce desired realities for citizens.
1984 by George Orwell and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley use similar devices in their respective societies to create the desired reality for each citizen. However, by using very dissimilar philosophies, these books create realities for their citizens that are quite different in nature. One thing that might have caused these authors to use different methods to create their characters realities in their books, might have been their own realities. Brave New World was written prior to World War II, and 1984 was written after WWII and near the beginning of the Cold War. The characters in these novels face reality as prescribed by their government. Reality is created in the individual mind, and these books use several different things to mold and shape the mind so that it creates its own reality; a reality that is specific to the governing body's needs.

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