Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

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Introduction Brave new world written by Aldous Huxley in 1931 and published in 1932 is about a world without any kind of ethical moral or religious thoughts. It is a world where people learn who they are by stage-managed experiences whether they are good or bad. Brave new world (chapter two) takes place 632 after ford (Henry ford. P. 10, l. 3) which means that it is 2579 AD. Biological experiments produce children. Society is under complete control. The structure of everybody’s life is planned to the smallest detail. Ethics and morals are missing, we see that at the point where they are torturing babies with electroshocks and loud sirens to make them feel bad about certain things (p. 11, l. 5-25). People do not create their own identity

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