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Review: Brave New World

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In BRAVE NEW WORLD, Aldous Huxley conjures up a horrifying, but often comic, vision of a future Utopia in which humans are processed, conditioned, regimented, and drugged into total social conformity. Read full review

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A dystopian future where mass production, future medicines, sciences, and social theories have plateaued into a stagnant society that strips away individuality from birth. Electronically augmented music, sensory augmented movies, wonderful imagination and insight considering it was written at the turn of the last century. 

Review: Brave New World

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Now then. For a book with such a strong parable-feel, it was surprising that I searched long and hard for a moral and/or hero. This might have been the point, but it's hard to tell. It seemed fairly ... Read full review

Review: Brave New World

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So ... that was somewhat terrifying but definitely made one think abstractly about society, technology, and values. Published in 1932, Huxley's Brave New World reflects some major and rather timely ... Read full review

Review: Brave New World

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I never had the chance to read in High School like many of my friends. But knew it as a highly recommended classic. I hadn't even read the slip cover, so went into the story completely blind. I was ... Read full review

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