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Brave New World

With the publication of "Brave new world  in 1932,Aldous Huxley established a new

form of the science genre in literature. This book conceptualizes a new way of living,

a world in which people do not have a destiny of their own. The viviparous days are

gone and every person created has a destiny chosen by another human. Each is

artificially created, being trained to fit a caste.

Huxley shows even from the beginning of the book the absence of light, colors and

movement:  with a pale corpse-colored rubber , "The light was frozen, dead, a

ghost ¦ "page 1. In this world, technology is worshipped, replacing God.

The first few pages present the laboratory where the D.H.C. shows to a group of

young students the system that produces people. While showing them important

parts of the laboratory, the D.H.C. explains the complex processes that lead to

forming people. He is proud to say that by using the Bokanovsky process, ninety-six

identical human beings will grow where only one grew before. It becomes

obsessively in the first chapter the fact that the students were "desperately

scribbling , " straight from the horse's mouth  page 1.

Every person that is being created has to fit in a caste. These specimens, the

Deltas and Epsilons, will do manual labor while the Alphas and Betas

have high positions(because of their high intelligence ). Epsilons are the ones with the lowest

intelligence. It's evident that the people have no freedom, and must submit to the will of the World

Controllers. The world controller is Mustapha Mond.

In the second chapter we are shown how babies are trained to like and dislike things. First

they are shown flowers and then suddenly alarms start to make great noises. Sleep-teaching

learning is used to give messages to the growing children. They are conditioned to love their own

caste and despise all

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