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Brave New World Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Research Henry Ford's development of the modern assembly line for producing Model T automobiles. Compare his ideas about efficient manufacturing and factory management to the Controller's philosophy of creating humans in factories.

Compare and contrast the values of the Indians on the Zuni reservation with those of the Londoners in Huxley's novel.

Discuss Huxley's views of class as revealed in Brave New World, and compare his fictional class system with those of real-life societies, such as Victorian England and modern India.

Research the scientific process of cloning plants and animals and compare your findings with Huxley's description of the "Bokanovsky Process"; discuss the social implications of cloning.

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