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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Aldous Huxley 1894-1963 was born to an English family He was a brilliant social satirist He wrote books about architecture science music philosophy history and religion This is a book of genetics in the future about 2535 AD It takes place in a utopian society where people are mass-produced then conditioned to do predetermined work There are no families or marriages The theme is freedom and how people want it they want poetry danger good and bad things They want what is theirs The book is written in a technological way In AF 632 there is a World Society AF 632 stands for six hundred thirty-two years after Ford released the T-Model automobile It is around 2535 AD Ford is like a God His book My Life and Work is turned into the new bible People are born in batches of 96 One egg gives live to 96 identical children through the Bodanovsky process When babies are born they are classified in a caste system made up of Alphas Betas Gammas Deltas and Epsilons Everyone consumes grams of soma to fight depression The cinema is replaced with a form of entertainment called Feelie a movie that stimulates the sense of sight hearing and touch Community Identity Stability is the motto of this World State Bernard Marx is intelligent but an error in the Predestination Centre he stayed small and weak Because of that hes an outcast and is often left alone Although there is no violence and everyone is provided for Bernard feels that something is missing He has his own vision of life Bernard goes to a Savage Reservation with Lenina an Alpha-plus psychologist They meet Linda and her son John They find out that The DHC Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is the father of John Bernard learns that the DHC is about to exile him for his uncivilized behavior when he and Lenina return
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