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    Aldous Huxley Many talented twentieth century writers have been overshadowed by classical writers such as Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare. Novels dealing with classical topics are often more recognized than works that tackle controversial topics. Aldous Huxley defies this stereotype‚ for his controversial works gained great fame while influencing many people. Huxley was not just a successful writer; he was a complex person whose ideas and novels influenced many people. Aldous Huxley

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    Aldous Huxley captures the effect of the application of scientific methods to procedures in the modern American society to a more substantial degree than ever‚ recognized by readers of his novel‚ Brave New World. This portrays a world centered around scientific progress and control. Huxley brings to light the extremity of influence given to Americans by revolutionary science. In an effort to forever improve‚ society has conformed to many ways of fixing imperfections. From surgeries and medications

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    ------------------------------------------------- II-2 AB/BSE Literature March 26‚ 2013 “A Brave Scrutiny of Totalitarianism on Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World” Aldous Huxley had taken a brave road as he ventured the possibility of implementing Totalitarianism in the society‚ through his novel which was written in 1931 and published in 1932 entitled Brave New World. I. Bit of Information about

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    Brave New World – Aldous Huxley Reading Log Chapter Who? New students; the DHC; Henry Foster; Lenina Where? London‚ central Hatchery and Conditioning Centre: Fertilizing Room‚ Decanting Room‚ ... What? The DHC shows new students the CLHCC. Explains the Society (production of people‚ alpha‚ beta‚ gamma‚ epsilon; etc.) Henry Foster‚ his assistent‚ sees Lenina‚ with whom he has a date Comments: no individuality in this world; DHC is very important; manipulation Chapter Who? DHC

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    21 December 2012 Aldous Huxley Figure 1 Young Aldous Huxley. (“Aldous Huxley”). Widely known author Aldous Huxley was born on July 26‚ 1894 in Goldalming in the Surrey County in South England. Huxley’s family members were somewhat famous as well. Brothers Julian and Andrew Huxley became biologists following the footsteps of the family’s previous generation. Huxley’s grandfather‚ Thomas Henry Huxley‚ was a famous biologist that was nicknamed “Darwin’s Bulldog” (“Aldous Huxley – Biography”). Huxley’s

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    experience as happiness and recreation. Huxley deliberately chose to exchange universal joy and stability for the concepts of love‚ motherhood‚ freedom‚ family and so on. This would make us realise that every advantage has its disadvantage and the other way around. Also‚ he makes clear that there is no such thing as the perfect world. This essay will explain how each of the characters slowly expose the awfulness of the Brave New World. First of all‚ Aldous Huxley introduces John the Savage to the reader

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    and those rule it‚ and how to achieve it‚ but nobody can agree on one specific utopian concept. Human nature is at its best volatile‚ and society is the accumulation of this human nature applied to a large group of people. In Brave New World‚ Aldous Huxley depicts a civilization where problems can be expunged from society if personal freedom is eliminated. With a homogenized religion dealing with drugs and sex forced upon the citizens‚ their human nature is simplified into a pure and stable being

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    Humanities 104-501 July 23‚ 2013 Aldous Huxley view on technology On this essay we’ll discuss the views of Aldous Huxley towards technology‚ and society in whole. The impact he had on the people that read his books and our commentary based on his observations for the future. Huxley was a British writer best known for his novel Brave New World‚ written in 1931 and published in 1932. He was concerned of the changes of western civilization at that time‚ which would prompt him to write great novels

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    What is music? I don’t know I think it’s something that we listen to relax our minds from the harsh realities and troubles which we find in our day-to-day time. When I read the quote from by Huxley‚ I totally agree with his thoughts on music. Music is just a temporary solution to your problem. By forgetting your problem‚ it makes it even worse. Therefore‚ I agree with his point. We live in twenty first century a world that is so busy and fast. Music Industry plays a great role in people’s lives.

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    2013 The Eight-Ninths of Society Aldous Huxley was a writer‚ philosopher‚ and social commentator born in Surrey‚ England‚ in 1894. His father was Leonard Huxley‚ the editor of the prestigious Cornhill magazine‚ and his mother was Julia Arnold‚ niece of poet and essayist Matthew Arnold (About the Author 2). He was also the grandson of well-known and respected scientist T.H. Huxley‚ and his younger brother was the evolutionary biologist Julian Huxley (2). Aldous attended the prestigious Eton College

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