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Portraits of the Future

Summary: The futuristic visions in Brave New World, Fahrenheit 451, and Demolition Man.
For just about as long as the concept of "time" has existed, there has also been

a "future." And about this "future", people have always been curious. What will it be

like? Will things always be as they are, or are times rapidly changing? The most

daring of these inquisitors are the writers of our time. Authors such as Aldous

Huxley (Brave New World), Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451), and screen writers such

as Peter M. Lenkov and Robert Reneau (Demolition Man) have all dared to explore

the future of our world, and have very different opinions.

In Brave New World, society as we know it is nearly unrecognizable. The

people are used to being instantly pleased by simulated things, and not by the real

joys of life. People can't seem to face realities, and pop pills of soma instead.

Throughout the whole book there is the theme...

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