Brave New World Essay | Brave New World Vs. Today

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Brave New World Vs. Today

Summary: Although Huxley's novel is set in the far far future, his depictions are coming into view much sooner than that. Hence a comparitive essay on the world of today and Huxley's Utopia.

Close your eyes and imagine a world free of war, suffering and pain; an environment that provides all the necessary luxuries to maintain eternal happiness; one that is stable, friendly, peaceful and enjoyable. In this world, every inconvenience known to man is rid of. We are no longer affected by disease, aging, heartbreak, depression or loneliness; conformity is at hand and stability is achieved. Now envision a world where there is no love, families do not exist, humans are no longer conceived yet created in test tubes, and sexual promiscuity is not only acceptable but enforced. Picture an environment where there is no religion, art or history. The human mind and body is assembled accordingly and we lack the freedom of thought that allows us to be individuals with dignity. The dream world and the nightmare seem unlikely to coincide with one another; however this...

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