Brave New World Essay | Genetics in "Brave New World"

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Genetics in "Brave New World"

Summary: Manipulation of human genetics is a key element of the utopian society in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World."
Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley is a science fiction novel about a Utopia of perfect people. In the beginning, The Director of Hatcheries (DHC) gives Alpha students a tour around the hatchery. He explained how fertilization, decanting and conditioning occur. Fertilization is combining sperm and egg. Decanting is a process of duplicating the embryos and making as many as 92 of them. Conditioning is brainwashing. Bernard, an Alpha, likes a girl named Lenina, however, she is with a guy named Henry. Bernard and Lenina finally go on a date and end it with soma, religion of the people that comes in tablets, and sex, a normal activity of the people in Utopia. Bernard doesn't think they should have sex on the first night. The Utopians god is Ford, and their society is made for the pleasure of people. Utopians are taught to have sex with...

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