Brave New World Essay | Brave New World in the Present Day

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Brave New World in the Present Day

Summary: Compares the novel Brave New World to events taking place in present day. Describes how The society that Aldous Huxley created in Brave New World resembles that of a euphoric society.
A society where every one can sleep with everyone, one in which sex plays a major part in the way people live, and also where everyone is happy, everyone has a set job and is guaranteed that that job for life, is what the society is like in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. Throughout time our society has transformed and molded itself to survive based on its surroundings. We have adapted to the way things have changed from no electricity to depending on it to survive. Well in the society in Brave New World, the society has no change, everything stays the same.

The society that Aldous Huxley created in Brave New World resembles that of a euphoric society. For instance, anybody can sleep with whoever, all they do is ask and then they go and do their thing. It is not unnatural...

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