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As the readers begin to study the book, they discover that Huxley puts many aspects of ordinary, or real, life into his book

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By taking aspects of real life, Huxley makes it a possibility that a fictional book can become reality

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Hence, in every futuristic utopia themed book, it is never really utopia, just like in real life

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Although it is portrayed as a utopia, the society is really considered a dystopia

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shimzim

Mar 30, 2009

The Effectiveness of A Brave New World

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A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is an effective book, which is set in a futuristic time

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Aspects of real life are injected into the text to make it feel more authentic than to lead the reader to believe in the possibility that his fictional novel come true

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More than seventy-five years after it was written, A Brave New World, is still a good read

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Even though the book is a utopia, the society still judges people by their origins, for example:
Alpha children wear grey

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Similarly to life, this book has a ying and a yang

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The book makes the reader think, which happens to be the best thing a book can do