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The Use of Satire in Brave New World Brave New World written by Aldous Huxley is a utopian novel that uses satire to a great extent Brave New World takes place in the future where people are no longer born and are artificially created People are placed into five classes before birth and are conditioned to like what they do and not to think for themselves Throughout the book Huxley uses satire against religion family and society In this futuristic world a religion exists that opposes what religion stands for today First of all the God that the people worship is Henry Ford the inventor of the conveyor belt and the model-T They worship Ford because of his vision to increase production by having his workers add the same part to multiple cars during the day Instead of the sign of the cross that is performed in Christianity the futuristic citizens make a T on their chest as in the model-T he invented Instead of saying O God they say O Ford In the book Christianity is considered a plague of the past The world controller says that Christianity controlled what people did and thought and restricted the fun that people could have The new religion was all about fun and sex They are taught to almost never be alone but when they are they are to take soma a perfect drug that eliminates thinking with no hangover afterwards and recite sayings while having sex with one another Brave New World is also a satire against the current modern family The word mother is considered an insult in their society and the word father is considered a joke something to laugh at The world controller Mustapha Mond made several references to how corrupt and wrong the family was Two parents who knew little about parenting were expected To raise the countrys future productive citizens There were always conflicts at home unlike at
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