Despite being published in 1932, Huxley’s novel, Brave New World, chronicles several topics and themes that are important to today’s moral culture. From the risks of technological progress to class struggles, Brave New World portrays a future in which people will find it impossible to protect their privacy. Again, Huxley…
Aldous Huxley’s science fiction novel Brave New World was published in 1931. It is concerned with how things could evolve in the future. The book is set in London in the year 2540. It also forecasts the world’s changes as a result of the advancement of sleep-learning and reproductive technology….
Brave New World is a science fiction novel of Aldous Huxley that was written in 1931. Brave New World is a modernist book that echoes features of a best society. Although, stability and happiness are attained through suppressing emotions, feelings, and freedom of people. Nonetheless, specific traits of oppression and…