Blade Runner Essay | Comparative Study: Blade Runner and Brave New World

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Comparative Study: Blade Runner and Brave New World

Summary: Comparing the two texts 'Brave New World' and 'Blade Runner' in relation to their context.
The prescribed texts Blade Runner- The directors' cut, a film composed by Ridley Scott and the novel Brave New World written by Aldous Huxley, each explore and reflect time and tradition relative to their context effectively in varying degrees. This is achieved by each composer uniquely adapting the problems and issues relative to the period in which they were writing to develop and express relevant meaning, which seems to serve as a portrayal of things to come, if indeed the human path continues impervious to anything but its own existence. The issues raised in each text outlines the potentially harmful effects that sociological tribulations can have on the future.

Blade Runner is set in a futuristic world, an ugly adjustment and evolvement of the world we know today, which can also be aligned with Brave New World, and reflects the pressing environmental...

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