Technology In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is an extremely eye opening novel that I believe everyone should read. The novel explores the dangers of technology and what it may do to our world. Initially, Huxley begins to hit us with the obscene customs and lifestyle of his characters. For example, the very first chapter features The Director of Hatcheries touring with a group of students. He shows them the process of fertilizing, nurturing, and hatching babies in countless lab created wombs called bottles. Humans are no longer viviparous. They do not have families or lovers or children; no one is significant anymore. This is Huxley’s first appalling blow to his readers; his second comes soon after with conditioning the infants. Starting from young ages,

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