Brave New World Literary Analysis Essay

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Boubacar Diallo Mr.Webb English 12 Literary Analysis The Takeover “One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them.” Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World took account of how the world is going with technology and previewed the untold future. Nowadays you can control about anything with a press of a button or a switch, what’s going to happening when it becomes that humans can be controlled with a button or machine. The use of technology has caused humans to use their brains less and exercise it less. In Brave New World thinking outside the box in the world state regulations were forbidden, if you didn’t think the way you were programed to you would be considered unorthodox. In this literary analysis, between the world Huxley described and our own society will be discussed and the use…show more content…
In Brave New World, everything from producing new members of the society and to conditioning them to fit their specific social ladder was all done by technology. Cloning was used to produce humans for the society, where, also being used to fix the minds of the members and also brainwash everyone to think a certain way. At the start of the book, Huxley gives a tone of suspense, leaving you wondering what is happening. Throughout the book the mood & tone change completely too where at the end it makes you feel sad that all of the events that happen was due to advanced technology. “…’every one belongs to every one else’” (40). The major irony of this story was that the humans that were not controlled by technology were known as savages and couldn’t live in the world state. John the savage wasn’t programed , also was educated but to the programed society he was an outcaste. He would think by himself and everyone would claim that he isn’t normal nor meant to have the chance to be in the World State. 'All right then,' said the Savage defiantly, 'I'm claiming the right to be

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