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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Summary

Summary: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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Brave New World

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In his book, Brave New World, Huxley anticipated such things as totalitarian governments and the arms race. One year after the publication of Brave New World, Hitler came into power in Germany. The totalitarian governments in World War II and the struggle of the arms race in the Cold War were somewhat prophesied in Brave New World.

Biographical information about the author as it applies to the work:

Huxley's education consisted of science and literature which is why most of his books are an intersection of science and literature. Huxley contacted an eye disease in his youth that left him almost blind, and it is shown all throughout most of his writings. Huxley first started writing satirical pieces about the British upper class. Then he moved on...

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