Brave New World
The novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is an excellent book. The story accurately depicts the variation between a fictitious “utopia” and our present world. His vivid descriptions of the events and rituals of the utopians make the story a very quick read.
The story starts out with a group of students learning about the way each member of the population is produced. The DHC explains how each person is predestined
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perform any task necessary. This brought to mind eugenics first.
Brave New World was a great book because it hooks the reader in the first chapter. The extreme imagery generated in the first chapter drew me in. I pictured assembly lines of jars containing fetuses. He made the chapter to chapter distinction well. I enjoyed reading the book. It was quick and in depth. Overall I thought Brave New World was an excellent, well-written book.