Destruction In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

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Introduction The project shines light on the various fears of the thinking man in the twentieth century, after having suffered the greatest blight on the weave of mankind during the twentieth century, the two great wars that saw destruction of all that mankind saw valuable, virtues, morality were forgotten by the belligerents in the name of the greater good, the “good” having different connotation depending the side you took. The war brought out the best and worst of humanity, there were heroes hat were relegated and villains whose contemptuous actions are seen with derision and hopefully with not an equal. Among the heroes were the authors who seeing the scale of death and destruction, feared its return and worked to see that it may never returned, these warriors chose their armaments and waged war against the ignorance of the masses and passed the scepter to the progeny to see that their future be secured. Among these authors were the dystopian writers, Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, and Yevgeny…show more content…
These authors saw the War, and the resultant post-war political scenario. These tough times saw people losing hope in themselves and in others.
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