Brave New World Critical Analysis

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“Brave New World”, written by Aldus Huxley, is a utopian novel. In the novel, World Controllers are like God, who control the world and they stabilized the society through a creation of a five-tiered system. Alphas and Betas are the upper class in the system, which act as the scientists, politicians, and any other high ranked noble. While Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons are the lower classes, represent the world's labor working classes. There is a magical drug called soma, it could remove people’s feeling, and no one would feel pain or have negative emotions, and all the members of the caste system received a portion of drug. The “Brave New World” starts with Director of the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Center making a group of young students to have a…show more content…
Its definition is a kind of literature that embodies the stupidity or wickedness of humans that is aimed at causing human folly or evil or vice versa. Such Huxley’s critic, the Brave New World, sends a warning to the potential human potential of the technological world that replaces him. This warning is being echoed by other people analyzing our modern society. For example, journalist Glenn Beck, who interviewed author Glenn Beck, who lived in the 21st century last year, told the author, Have we ever disappeared in 1984? Are we not, now, living in the “Brave New World?" The author concurred. Huxley's concerns with the potential of technology are to remove humans from the highest point.Love, friendship, struggle, happiness. It is a message for future generations, not just the contemporaries. If this satirical novel is not worthy of the future readers, it can be regarded as a satirical thing, and it depends on how it remains in high school and at the
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