Brave New World Essay | Brave New World and Blade Runner, a Comparison

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Brave New World and Blade Runner, a Comparison

Summary: Compares the text, Brave New World by Adlous Huxley, and the film Blade Runner, starring Harrison Ford. Describes how each work explores the tensions between humanity and the natural world.
Both of the texts, Brave New World by Adlous Huxley, and Blade Runner by Harrison Ford explore the tensions between humanity and the natural world. The quote:

"I want god, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want goodness, I want sin."

"In fact," said Mustapha Mond, "You're claiming the right to be unhappy."

"Alright then," replied the savage, "I'm claiming the right to be unhappy!"

These quotes are an extract from Brave New World, which reflects the irony of both of these texts that is in the search for progress; that the important aspects of humanity are lost. Both of these texts explore through methods such as satire and irony a dystopic view of the world due to advancements in science technology.

The human relationships, is the understanding of the wild, which are shaped and reflected in this text through...

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