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Brave New World

By: Huxley, Aldous

7532774686 / 9787532774685
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01/05/2017
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Brave New World published in 1932 is an outstanding representative of Aldous Huxley, and is one of the famous anti-Utopian literary classics in twentieth Century.

The Nineteen Eighty-Four written by Orwell, We written by Zamjatin and it are collectively called the Trilogy of "e;Anti-Utopian"e;, and it has a deep influence on the domestic and foreign literary and ideological circles.This is a fable work that shows the future vision of human society in Huxley's eyes.Through the effective scientific and psychological engineering, human beings have been genetically engineered to be members of various levels of society, and completely become tame machines.

The character and freedom were strangled, and literature and art were nearly destroyed.Following the masterpiece of the novel Brave New World, Huxley published his book called Brave New World Revisited in 1958.

In this eloquent work, the author uses his rich sociological and anthropological knowledge to compare all aspects between the modern society and his allegorical environment in Brave New World.

For some aspects, such as overpopulation, propaganda and brainwashing and chemical persuasion, his early pessimistic prophecies are coming true.This book includes Huxley's two classic works.

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