A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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There are personal effects in Aldous Huxley life that contribute to what he has written in the book. Aldous Huxley throughout his life have seen, done, and events have happened to him, just like all of us, but he has expressed it in his book. So when Aldous wrote the he had so many ideas. I have read the book; it’s not what I expected it to be. For a title like Brave New World, in my perspective that it would be something more positive. But I have to say that this book is very dark and negative. How no one cares about each other and nobody has values, also there are separations between people and many restrictions. The book is modern, not only the time of when the book takes place, but how the book is created with the technology in the book. The book was good, but not that great; the thought of this world is very frightening. The paragraph above was my opinion and as I see these reviews, most of the reviews and criticisms are like mine. Many people did not understand the words in the book, the literary in this novel is quite different then what we see in our everyday lives. But of course, this book was loved by many as people thought it was futuristic a new perception of the book. The thought of this story amazed and disturbed them, which grew people’s…

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