Regresso ao Admirável Mundo Novo (Capa Mole)
Format: Capa Mole
Publish date: March 2004
Publisher: Livros do Brasil
Pages no: 256
Edition language: Portuguese
, Science Fiction
While being extremist at times, Huxley showed that he was well read in neurology, psychology, foreign policies and media. This collection of essays portrait him as a realistic Nostradamus.
I fucking hate politics. It's only useful in a very small amount of cases and in the rest of the time it's just a big pile of bullshit that is fed to people in order to keep them at their lower level. I don't like governments and people that run countries and I really really don't like them in count...
Last review of the year!I admit I expected this to be fiction... a story picking up where Brave New World left off. Shows you how much I know. Actually, this is a series of essays, in which Huxley explains why he wrote some of the things he wrote in BNW. In that sense, the book reads like an intervi...
what does it say that there is nothing really surprising in here?
This is apparently one of the classics of modern literature, and came very highly recommended.My personal reaction to it was that the premise was interesting, but the characterization left something to be desired. It isn't until about the third or fourth chapter that the character most identifiable...
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