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Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
Brave New World
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Huxley’s grim but witty vision of the future, first published in 1932, shows human individuals dominated by science and technology in a World State where economic and social stability compensate for the vulgarisation of intellectual life and the absence of political responsibility. But the values... show more
Huxley’s grim but witty vision of the future, first published in 1932, shows human individuals dominated by science and technology in a World State where economic and social stability compensate for the vulgarisation of intellectual life and the absence of political responsibility. But the values of this menacing Utopia are brought into question by the arrival of the Savag
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9788877546647 (8877546646)
Publisher: Cideb - Black Cat
Pages no: 314
Edition language: English
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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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Book Thoughts rated it
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...
Tyson Adams Reviews
Tyson Adams Reviews rated it
1.0 Brave New World
Giving up on this classic. Several chapters in and no main characters, no real plot, just a heap of exposition. At least 1984 had a clear protagonist and plot to follow. If I'm going to be bashed over the head with world building and social criticism I want it to be engaging.
xndrme
xndrme rated it
3.0 Brave New World
Interesting, it would have been great to read it back in the time when it was written... nowadays it is not that shocking, although it is still a nice reading. I liked very much the end.
juniper green
juniper green rated it
1.0 Brave New World
Boring, pretentious, nonsensical, badly written. Moral lessons with a slegdehammer - even worse than Margaret Atwood.My least favourite of the so-called classics.Read the much more subtle [b:We|76171|We|Yevgeny Zamyatin|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1421883730s/76171.jpg|2144026] or at least the eve...
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