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Today's Brave New World

Summary: Explores themes from the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Provides a comparison between the plot of the novel and today's society.
Aldous Huxley, in Brave New World, illustrates the problems when the government has too much control of citizens' social lives. "Normal" birth becomes a thing of the past because each and every person must be to the government's liking. The government controls this by the Bokanosky Process, removal of women's ovaries, and hypnopaedic conditioning. "The state" is constantly striving to make technology better in order to make more perfect people, without any margin for error. The director is thrilled when he says: "Ninety-six identical twins working ninety-six identical machines! For the first time in history...Community, Identity, Stability. If we could bokanovskify indefinitely the whole problem would be solved." The director wishes that he could make everyone identical so there would be no individuality. Although this is a scary thought, this is what the Brave New World becomes.

Aldous Huxley is mocking modern-day societies, in Brave...

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