Dystopian Society In Brave New World

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Brave New World introduces an utopian society where it is depicted that everyone is civilized and perfect, but actually turns out to be a dystopian and savage society towards the end of the novel. The author of Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, tries and proves how an utopian society would fail to ever happen as he introduces two different cultures and societies in the novel and leaves the readers to compare both of them to figure out which one is the more sane and civilized environment. Huxley was able to achieve his purpose of displaying in his novel that an utopian society would never cease to happen as in reality it becomes a dystopian world. The main purpose of the novel by Huxley, is that the development of technology and our future into becoming an utopian world would be a lack of success as the main things in the novel such as cloning, soma, and The Controllers prove how really “civilized” the society was in the ending of the novel. Mustapha states, “Call it the fault of civilization. God isn't compatible with machinery and scientific…show more content…
Huxley shows that the development and scientific complications in the early chapter would fail to make an utopian society as he drags and hints it throughout the whole novel of it becoming a dystopian society instead. Also, the ending of the novel was another perfect portrayal of where the utopian society truly show themselves off as they get an adrenaline rush off violence and adultery. Lastly, Huxley ultimately conveys to his readers that the free independent thinkers have freedom compared to the enslaved utopian society who do not have freedom. This is why an utopian world would fail to happen as people sooner or later would come to question the society of

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