Brave New World: Chapter Analysis

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Brave New World is hundred years to the future; human life forms have been almost completely ruled by the Controllers (government). The novel is set off with an expedition, which starts in the labtory, (examining the process of creation and conditioning). The first chapter establishes the tone of dehumanization life towards the civilization. The past of natural process (birth, sexual relationship, and growing) has been a sign of hatred in this society, making this the new future “reproductive technology.” Furthermore, the people forgets about the past and believes “History is bunk" (Pg 34), using this excuse of the past to bring better advancement technology to their world. Reading this novel, made me learn something new; that everyone today

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