Brave New World Analysis

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The novels Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Nineteen Eighty Four by Gorge Orwell are very famous dystopian novels which have been written in the mid of twentieth century. The fear of technology development and human 's freedom leads the governments in both novels to establish a fake stable society in order to create a perfect new world. This paper will discuss both novels focusing especially on only three main themes which are dictatorship, Soma versus Victory Gin, and the freedom of two societies. From these three aspects, the current paper will discuss the impact of each aspect in the society at that time and also in our present time. Key words: state, fiction, utopia, dystopia, Orwell, Huxley. Introduction Brave New World is a novel written by Aldous Huxley in 1931 and published in 1932. The novel set in the year of “632” A-F “After Ford” which refers to the time after the production of the first model of T car by Henry Ford who is the founder of Ford motor companyin London. The title of Brave New World 's is derived from Miranda 's speech in the Tempest of William Shakespeare, in Act V, Scene I “O wonder! How many godly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in it”. The most significant theme in brave new world is the development in the economic system in the world state as well as how technology has brought the impact of these themes in social life of citizens. We can say that Brave New World is Huxley 's warning;

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