How Does Huxley Use Censorship In Brave New World

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The censorship of Brave New World, Aldous Huxley published in 1932, in high schools should be applied. Aldous Huxley uses stereotypes, uses racism, and promotes inappropriate behavior, which is not age appropriate in his book. Throughout the book the word “savage” is used to describe indigenous people. “The savage nodded”. Huxley stereotypes how indigenous people do rituals in their culture. “The coyote-man raised his whip, there was a long moment of expectancy, then a swift movement, the whistle of the lash and its loud flat-sounding impact on flesh. The boy's body quivered; but he made no sound, he walked on at the same slow, steady pace. The coyote struck again, again; and at every lie at first a gasp, and then added groan went up from the crowd. The boy walked. Twice, thrice, four times round he went. The …show more content…

It is bad enough, kids are already influenced by horrid music that is about having more than one male/female and doing drugs. In Brave New World there is a saying “Every one belongs to everyone else” that has been used throughout the book. It means that it’s ok for everyone to go around and have sexual intercourse with one another, there are no relationships that tie people down. Now when Lenina John the savage went to a pneumatic stall which had a all-super-singing, synthetic-talking, colored, stereoscopic feely with synchronized scent-organ accompaniment. Which gave you the sight, smell, and feeling of sexual intercourse of what was being showed. This is analogous to pornogrophy which is pretty much everywhere in the world. Next, Huxley promotes the use of drugs, which constantly shows up throughout the book. The drug is called “soma” which is used to send people on temporary “holiday” or to relieve stress or unhappy thoughts. Soma is just like weed, ecstasy, etc. which teens, even pre teens, use as a way of making themselves look cool, which it

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