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Brave New World -a Critical Review

Summary: Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" can be regarded as a dystopia, a false symbol of any regime of universal happiness. The universe of Huxley is technically feasible, but we have to ask ourselves if we want to let things go that far.
Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" can be regarded as a dystopia, a false symbol of any regime of universal happiness.

The action is placed in the era of post-genomic medicine, in which our DNA is edited so we can all enjoy life-long bliss, peak experiences and a spectrum of outrageously good-designer drugs.By comparison, the description of the Savage's life in the Reservation conveys just how nasty the old regime of pain, disease and unhappiness can be.

Huxley's intentions are obviously satirical ; he expresses his major concerns for the future of a human society based exclusively on science and technology. Although he is ready to admit to the possible and even necessary benefits biotechnology might bring to our lives, he can't help feeling worried and warning us about the consequences of an unnatural, alienating scientific utopia ."Brave New World"deals with all the negative...

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