Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

949 WordsDec 1, 20154 Pages
History is an analysis of the past to gain knowledge and techniques of proceeding humanity in the right direction. However, all dystopian novels’ authors assume this notion of doomsday where some present alternative worlds to current ones, while others present worlds that would result from the collapse of a current one; a time when the last standing man makes the decision to save humanity by sacrificing the morals and values of modern society. These new societies emerge by using past societies as the blueprint of everything to avoid. In the dystopian world state found in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, the ideas of science, religion, and political power are connected and interact with one another through the process of reproduction, conditioning, and the use of soma and the feelies to achieve social stability. Children in the world state are not born, but decanted which is a process that uses the technological advances of science to essentially mass produce children in test tubes. The process involves the surgical removal of ovaries from a fertile young woman for her eggs and kept in an incubator to continue developing so that when they are ready, they are fertilized with male gametes. The world state boasts about progress by the development of Bokanovsky’s Process; as one egg usually results in one embryo then one adult, a Bokanovskified egg buds and divides into ninety-six human beings (Huxley 6). The individuals decanted through Bokanovsky’s Process are of a lower
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