A World With No Life. The Book Brave New World, Describes

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A World with No Life The book Brave New World, describes a world that no one wishes to live in, even though it is described as paradise. The novel has a world that no one has never seen before, but what readers do not realize is that part of that world is already living with us. Yet, Brave New World was first published in 1932 by Aldous Huxley. How can this book possibly mirror our world when it was written over 85 years ago. This book is all about a brand-new world, where population and happiness is controlled by drugs and conditioning. Where people are not born, but created in a lab to sustain a life in this world. Mustapha Mond states, “The introduction of Our Ford’s first…show more content…
The price is high because he is taking everything that makes them humans. They are basically robots who all work the same way and believe the same. The price that is being paid is that he, the controller, is living in this alternative reality where only he knows the truth. He is losing years and years of education, religion, and many more. One big trait is education because in Huxley’s book there is a method tested on babies. “Small hands reached out uncertainly, touched, grasped, unpetaling the transfigured rose, crumpling the illuminated pages of the books […] The Head Nurse, who was standing by a switchboard at the other end of the room, pressed down a little lever. There was a violent explosion” (Huxley 30). The nurses would shock the babies with electricity to make the babies afraid of nature and books. In our own world, education is controlled because of our K-12 system. In each system, one does not learn about the real things one should learn until high school and even then, the school doesn’t allow it because one might be too offended. Then, there’s college and in this institute, no one cares if one should be careful of what they say or do. The freedom of having access to the truth and not some fake, fraud news, or belief is something everyone needs. If I ever have children, I would want them to know the truth and nothing but the truth. Even today, this right is being taken away
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