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Brave New World - Aldous Huxley, Margaret Atwood
Brave New World
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780307356543 (030735654X)
Publisher: Vintage Canada
Pages no: 229
Edition language: English
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Beyond Strange New Words
Beyond Strange New Words rated it
2.0 Brave New World
I am only giving it two stars because this book is for some reason considered a great classic, but I really didn’t like it. After overcoming the initial shock of Huxley’s brave new capitalist eugenics utopia, I kept asking myself through most of the book what Huxley was high on and reminding myself ...
Reading Slothfully
Reading Slothfully rated it
3.0 Brave New World
I know that I read this book shortly after I graduated from high school. I'm not sure I remembered much. I remembered about the engineering of humans, but I'm not sure I was "mature" enough to understand the consumerism and free sex and drugs aspect. Basically, if one can keep society in a steady ci...
What I am reading
What I am reading rated it
4.0 What would we do without Shakespeare?
I have heard so much about Brave New World and after One Hand Clapping in which Burgess shows us, that the world has been going to shit for quite some time, I decided to finally dive into it and read some dystopian fiction. And I liked it. All of this must have seemed pretty crazy in 1932, but fro...
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3.0 Review of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
A difficult book to rate. First let me say that I now understand why my high school students all talked about not enjoying this book at all in their English classes. I feel like it would over the top of their heads with its philosophy. I also was surprised to see the amount that sex and open relatio...
Reader & Dreamer
Reader & Dreamer rated it
4.0 Brave New World
One of those books that everyone needs to read.This was a book I had been wanting and highly interested to read since I read 1984 by George Orwell.~ Imagine a world without art, literature and history , without religion and science, without love, without war, crime, pain or sadness, and without indi...
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