Dystopias In Brave New World

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This semester, one of our main subjects was utopias and dystopias. We examined several utopic and dystopian works. While utopias were easing our mind and giving us hope for future generations, dystopias were like a reflection of a hellish world in future. Inherently, people are more tend to fear from potential threats rather than take a bright view of future. Two dystopian works that we have studied this semester were a bit more enchanting than rest of the works according to me. George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four” and Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” have tried to explain the state of affairs running in our world. In order to understand the dystopian thinking, people should definitely notice the two utterly different ways of dystopian approaches of Orwell’s and Huxley’s. After reading “Nineteen Eighty- Four” and “Brave New World” or watching the books’ adapted movies, we can see that while Orwell feared that the government will restrict books, Huxley feared that there will be no demand to read a single book. In “Nineteen Eighty-Four”, the community was dominated by exposing pain, the other way round, in “Brave New World”, the society was dominated by exposing pleasure. These observations lead us to today’s world order and make us think about the conditions of today. As far as I’m concerned, both Orwell and Huxley predicted right about the possible dangers about the system. However, governments and authorities use the two methods wisely that they apply
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