Criticism Of Brave New World

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Revisited (1958), in which he examined different aspects of his earlier vision and understanding about the coming world and he confessed all of his beliefs and predictions "were coming all right" (Brave New World Revisited 1), of course not in his time, or as he poses, "not even in the time of my grandchildren" (Brave New World Revisited 1). He concluded that the world was becoming like Brave New World much faster than he originally thought. It goes without saying that Brave New World is known among the readers and even critics as a prediction or warning about the disastrous future that might come if we do not change it. But there are not such concerns in Huxley 's world since all of the reasons for having such an Orwellian frightening world were totally wiped out. There is no disease, no poverty or better to say a little poverty, no dissatisfaction, and even no social disturbance, but nearly everyone is happy and all live friendly. The fact of the matter is that Huxley finds the problems in the true meaning of the concepts such as happiness, individuality, and even developments. In fact, we can consider it as a unique dystopian novel or as Huxley himself called it " Negative Utopia" which attempts to present developments in the reproductive technology that leads to changing the whole society into a " nightmare of too little disorder" (Brave New World Revisited 1) where "left no room for freedom or personal initiative." (1). Huxley 's Brave New World is thoroughly

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