Brave New World

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Aldous Huxley defines a semi-perfect world where its occupants are artificially made to live in ecstasy and bliss. Genetic engineering, recreational drugs and brainwashing are used to create this blithe atmosphere. The protagonist Bernard Marx visits one of the Savage Reservations, where people still live the ‘old-life’, an imperfect but natural life. Is this the freedom Bernard has been longing for all his years, or is he going to get deeper into the complexities of the society ? Aldous Huxley’s future world is analogous to the present today as it explains the undying wish of humans to be happy.

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