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Essay | To Control a Brave New World

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To Control a Brave New World

Summary: Compares the different methods of control used by governments in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and George Orwell's 1984.
Many people have tried to predict the future. Eerily enough both Aldous Huxley and George Orwell seemed to have a sense of what our world was headed towards with many of their ideas. Both predicted of a world, which in striving for the perfect utopia, failed and achieved the exact opposite, a dystopia, oppressed by the rule of a harsh totalitarian government. Using its absolute power, each government employed many different means of solidifying their control over the populace. In both Brave New World and 1984, the government used technology, manipulation of language, and control over people's emotions, to keep order in society.

Both governments use technology as an instrument to keep society under control, but in different ways. In BNW, people are put through a decanting process before they are even born. As an embryo, each person is genetically altered to fit into one...

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