Normality In Brave New World

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Brave New World Essay In 400 years things can and will change, countries, leaders, language, social normality, and religion, will all change in some way or another. Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley focuses on an alternate future in which all those things and more drastically change. This book focuses on London and the shenanigans that ensue in and around London in this view of the future. The World as of right now seems to heading into sort of a limbo state in which we have some of the vies upheld by World State, the government in Huxley’s novel, and highly disagree with some of the social normalities that are in the society of World State, such as the genetic engineering that is used, but in other topics such as body image, relationships, technology, censorship, drugs and alcohol, and family relations, we have some similarities…show more content…
The fellies are movies that include all of the senses, this is how Lenina describes the aptly named Feelies: “Going to the Feelies this evening, Henry?” enquired the Assistant Predestinator "I hear the new one at the Alhambra is first-rate. There's a love scene on a bearskin rug; they say it's marvelous. Every hair of the bear reproduced, the most amazing tactual effects" (Huxley 40). Technology in our world is not as up to par with that of Huxley’s vision but one thing is that helicopters, the citizens of world state’s main mode of transportation, is already a little outdated. In World State the Government wants the citizens 24\7 distracted by technology and that is starting to happen already in this day and age, "A report out this week reveals that cell phone usage has reached a critical mass, with almost two-thirds (62%) of American adults now owning a cell phone. According to the study from Scarborough Research, this represents a 29% growth rate of cell phone ownership over the past two years.” (“Cell
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