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Essay | Brave New World and Blade Runner, a Comparison

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Brave New World and Blade Runner, a Comparison

Summary: Compares Adous Huxley's novel Brave New World to Ridley Scott's film "Blade Runner." Explores the contrast between nature and technology. Explains how each work depicts that theme.
Aldous Huxley heeds the audience a warning that "technological progress has merely provided us with more effici means for goin backwards." as does Ridley Scott's film noir BR. These texts con cern itself wid issues of the degradation of humanity, identity n gender and it is a testimony to how we envisage a future world ravaged n tormented by ecological disaster and by a capitalist system gone utterly "savage" This is demonstrated through the creators use of language devices and film techniques. The audi ence is presented by the ideal of 'in the wild' which is essentially a moral void, a emptiness where humanity is traded for technolo gical advancements. These texts both share a common theme, the degeneration of humanity through the progression of technology. These creators have merely commented on their belief of the futu re to come. Growing concerns...

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