BNW Revisited is the conclusion of Vedas where Huxley analyses with great interest the major factors of the modern world issues such as overpopulation with mass media and idiocratic subliminal suggestion control of former citizens.
Brave New World - a book by Aldous Huxley, published in 1932 - set in the distant future where people are cloned and have their i.q and destiny pre determined by the totalitarian (love that word) state.
Today is the 50th anniversary not only of John F Kennedy’s death but also of Aldous Huxley’s. So amid all the Kennedy commemorating let us also mark Huxley’s passing with a reminder of how scarily prescient his most famous novel was. Here are five ways in which the nightmare fiction of Brave New World has [...]