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Essay | A Brave New World

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of A Brave New World.
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A Brave New World

Summary: Discusses author Aldous Huxley and his book, A Brave New World. Describes why the novel was revolutionary literature at the time of its publication.
Looking back over the last four years of English reading, I can most vividly remember the writing of Aldous Huxley. His book, A Brave New World, is one of the best I have ever read. While I was reading it, it seemed almost like Huxley had written the book solely for my interests. I enjoy the writing style and for what was revolutionary literature at the time of publication.

The first barrier to enjoying a book is understanding just what the author is talking about. At the time of reading Huxley's book, it was a perfect fit for what kind of language I could enjoy and understand easily. He has a more modern sentence structure and vocabulary than a lot of other author's we have had to read in school. For me, this book was a refreshing retreat to what can be thought of as something...

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