Brave New World Essay | Huxley's Vision of the Future Compared to America as It Is Today.

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Huxley's Vision of the Future Compared to America as It Is Today.

Summary: Similarties between Huxley's vision of the future to how America is today. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Children playing with complicated apparatus, world controllers wanting to increase consumption in order boost cash flow, children participating in erotic activities, scientists trying to play God, no individuality, drugged merriment; Huxley's vision of the future is our present. Decades ago, America was what Huxley refers to as the Old World. However, looking at America today, and the activities that people are engaging themselves in, apart from Utopia, we are living in Huxley's Brave New World.

In 1908, what Huxley's Brave New World refers to as "in Our Ford's day", children happily "played without more apparatus than a ball or two and a few sticks and perhaps a bit of netting." Now it is rare to enter a child's room and not find a television set hooked up to an Xbox, Playstation, or even a Game Cube. It doesn't end...

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