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The book that I read was Brave New World It was written by Aldous Huxley Huxley was born in England on July 26 1894He came to the States in 1937 Throughout his writing career he wrote many types of things His works included novels poetry and essaysHuxley had established himself as a prestigious writer by the time that he was thirtyHe also received the Award of Merit for his novel Island from the American Academy of Arts and Letters He died Nov 22 1963 I want to give you some background about the book before I get into the themeThe book itself takes place in a futuristic London The entire Western Europe is controlled by one man the Ford The Fords name is Mustapha Mond In this society all of the people are hatched The idea of people Giving birth is repulsive as well as is the idea of anyone wanting to be alone Every persons future is predetermined They are made to fit a cast system And they can never break away from that cast Some people are smart and well respected and others are looked at like they are the scum of the earthThe primary objective of This society is to be social To have fun and to have sex with no commitment Dealing with problems is no problem for these people because of a drug called Soma Soma is like a tranquilizer that puts you in a place that you want to be and has no side-effects So they never have to face reality The book is centered around four main Characters The Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning a scientist named Lenina another scientist Bernard and the SavageJohnThe theme of the book is that people need to be looked as an individual with specific needs and concerns and feelings not that we should all be the same way all of the time The theme of the book starts with John John
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