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Are We Living in a Brave New World?

Summary: Compares modern society to elements of Aldus Huxley's novel, Brave New World. Specifically analyzes life without emotion, religion, and drug abuse.
Could you envision our world with man made human beings that are deprived of their love for each other, disposed of their child bearing natues, and where 'whoring' around is enforced rather than revoked? In order to understand where Aldous Huxley is going with this book, you need to imagine there being no religion, complete abuse of drugs, and no emotion of sorrow whatsoever. I understand that this is hard to portray therefore I am going to equip you with information to make it easier to picture.

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