Satire In Aldous Huxley's A Brave New World

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In Aldous Huxley’s A Brave New World, a work of satire, Huxley attacks the breakdown of society's standard of education, family, government, and religion. More specifically the industrialization of sex. Through both imagery and symbolism Huxley presents a future society built on a broken foundation for what would now be considered a savage civilization. However, Huxley has created a mirror of modern American society. By encouraging promiscuity amongst children, using easy access clothing as vessel for self-gratification, and drugs to make this savage lifestyle acceptable. He warns that destroying the minds of children, industrializing sex, and willful ignorance will eventually leave societies hanging. Huxley’s assault on education and family

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