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Huxley's Use of Language to Emphasize the Nature of His "Brave New World"

Summary: Use of imagery in Aldous Huxley's classic novel, "Brave New World."
The nature of the `world state' in Huxley's Brave New World is one characterised by control, regardless of whether it is social, economic, educational or political, although political control is allowed through the control of the other aspects. Huxley goes to great depths in the use of his language to emphasise this nature. Moreover, as a state being the extreme example of totalitarianism, the domain of control spreads to science and human emotions. Throughout the book, Huxley's choice of adjectives, satirical allusions religion and contemporary idioms and slogans help demonstrate to the reader the extent of this control.

The social structure of the world state is a prime example of the control, in this case, the control through conformity. Each caste, whether Epsilon, Delta, Gamma, Beta or Alpha, associate only with each other and live by the...

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