Alias Grace Book Comparison

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There are numerous amounts of techniques authors use in their novels to project a message, and interest the reader. However, certain styles may not work due to the fact that it possibly can result in an overdoing of such style, causing the reader to get bored and stop reading. The novel “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley Is a novel about developments in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that come together to change society. This book has a unique science-fiction theme and takes place in the future. Another book called “Alias Grace” by Margaret Atwood is a fictional book based on a true story about a girl named Grace who gets wrongfully convicted of a double murder. Brave New World is a fictional novel, with non-fictional features such as classical conditioning, which is an actual psychological experiment. Also, Alias Grace is a fictional book based on a true story, which shows some similarities between the two books.…show more content…
Huxley and Atwood both used these to tell their story and have succeeded in using these techniques correctly; leaving the reader always wondering what will happen next. Both novels are fictional, however both are based on some non-fictional facts, which makes the novels more interesting. In Alias Grace, readers are always wondering whether or not Grace Marks committed the murders, each time the narrator changes, it changes the perspective of the reader which makes the reader more tied in. In Brave new world, Huxley chooses to add many details in the novel, however he does not tell readers what is actually happening in certain scenes, or who is narrating it, until two-thirds of the way, which also makes the readers think extra and wonder what is actually happening in the scene. In conclusion, although these two novels have differences, they both portray strong
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