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In a time when the world we live in is becoming more and more materialistic and less and less beautiful it seemed only fitting that Huxleys The Brave New World was to be part of the reading list in my final impression of being a kid In The Brave New World the characteristics of their world are frighteningly similar to how our way of life has evolved through the years By reading and analyzing this story one comes to the conclusion that this brave new world actually is merely a story reflecting our way of life In our world when people are very young they can not wait to learn how to read but ironically teenagers for the most part can not stand reading In the Brave New World children are taught to never like books thus the same outcome in both situations In the story children are taught eroticism at a very young age in our world through television our children are also taught how to be erotic at a strikingly young age In their society one main goal is for all the people to be consumers They accomplish this in a few ways firstly they start children working at a young age and secondly the world leaders make sure that all the people are busy from day to night As long as they are busy they are making money As Mustafa Mond says a love of nature keeps no factories busy this shows his the leaders philosophy of how the people of this world view the beauty and awe of nature they dont They spend their time working and any time they are not working that are ou t buying things Essentially any fun activity these people chose to engage in requires spending large amounts of money This scenario sounds all too familiar to the current situation we live in In the brave new world the whole family atmosphere
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