Aldous Huxley
Harper, New York, 2006; originally published 1958, English
Nonfiction, General
ISBN: 9780060898526

In this essay, Huxley draws parallels between the real world and the world he created in Brave New World (1932), a futuristic novel in which a genetically engineered working class services ruling elite. He discusses the modern phenomena of propaganda, chemical persuasion, and overpopulation.

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