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Aldous Huxley's 1932 dystopian masterpiece, 'Brave New World,' features two vastly different settings: the World State and the Savage Reservation....

Aldous Huxley's 1932 dystopian masterpiece, 'Brave New World,' features two vastly different settings: the World State and the Savage Reservation.

1.This is the brave new word. It was a time peirod in the future where everything is perfect. It is where everyone is happy, young and works only seven hour shifts everyday. The twist in the book is when Bernard brings home a savage form his trip with Lenina from mexico.

"Brave New World" Movie poster the second poster out of the four. I designed the poster to be high contrast between the face and the mouth.

Brave New World | Final Analysis | 60second Recap®

Brave New World | Final Analysis | 60second Recap®

“As a happy, hardworking, goods-consuming citizen he’s perfect.”—Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

“As a happy, hardworking, goods-consuming citizen he’s perfect.”—Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

John the Savage in Brave New World

Everything you ever wanted to know about John the Savage in Brave New World, written by masters of this stuff just for you.

Brave New World | Summary/Overview | 60second Recap®

So You’ve Read Orwell’s Aldous Huxley's Dark, Prophetic Novel Brave New World Is Just As Important

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