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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Brave New World.
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Brave New World

Summary: Essay describes how "Brave New World" has broadened my understanding of the relationship between humanity and nature.
Huxley has used many techniques in Brave New World to highlight the issue of degradation of the relationship that exists between humanity and nature. It has broadened my own personal understanding of this particular relationship by the use of genre, one that is strongly science fiction and presents the idea of a dystopian society, and the language techniques and features such as the use of long technical terms seems to complicate the relationship or lack thereof between humanity and nature. Nature can be defined as life and the growth of natural life and it also encompasses the natural rhythms of life, all of which have been altered by the leaders in BNW.

The composer's own values and ideas are also strongly present by portraying this created world in a critical light and making the audience understand that although it may seem like a perfect world, in reality...

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