Brave New World Essay | The First Chapter of "Brave New World"

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The First Chapter of "Brave New World"

Summary: This essay gives an insight on the means Huxley employs to introduce his "Brave New World" in the first chapter.
Huxley´s own style of writing and his ability to describe facts and actions in a very short and direct way also mean for the reader that the book is densely packed with special vocabulary which often might not be noticed while being read for the first time.

So, especially in the first chapter "The Centre" we have the task to reread and write down the most important facts that the Book´s first sentences contain, as this first chapter is meant as an introduction that simply throws us right into the scene and enables us to look around.

Not long after starting to read, namely in the second sentence our attention is being caught by numerous words, but especially by "World State" and the slogan "Community, Identity, Stability." At this point we are being suggested that there is a "World...

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