Who is known for freshness of her approach and beautifully colored methods of presenting her ideas. The story basically gives us deep insight into the manners and behaviors of the aristocratic families. Here she ridicules the negative philosophy of social discrimination caused by uneven division of wealth.
Readers and analysts of this book note that the author tries to give a snapshot of what the future may be like in the next many years, probably six hundred years or so. It is a fiction novel that explains how the world will turn into a totalitarian system, which is totally controlled with the aim of making everything perfect.
In real sense, Huxley in this novel shows how the society can be controlled with the aim of creating a flawless community. The book points out on the few imperfections of a normal society that would need to be ironed out in order to achieve and sustain consummate existence.
Most importantly, it explicitly points out key channels towards achieving this objective. An example is of the Hitler and Stalin reign in their respective societies.
This was seen as a way of eliminating the unwanted segment of the general society, which was majorly of the Jewish community in Germany.
A world where everything functions just the way the controllers of the society have destined it to be. The unwanted members of the society, or those that are regarded as being less efficient are either eliminated, just like Hitler did to the less fortunate section of the society, or they are subjected to conditions that make them embrace their suffering and not notice that they are an underrated group of the community.
Nonetheless, though the natural impulse for humans to reproduce naturally in this scenario is suppressed, it is evident that it is not completely eliminated because on rare occasions people like Linda have produced children naturally, and the D.
C also furthered a son naturally, which really caught him by surprise. This is mostly resourceful when the reality is too bitter to swallow.
This is because they sooner get out of the drug intoxication and are set free to reality, which in most cases feels worse because they are overcome with guilt.
That is getting involved in an orgy and getting sexual with Lenina Rosemary, This is majorly done through a condition known as brainwashing, which means growing human beings in and enclosed environment that conditions them to believe certain things. Through this, most members of the society are made to believe more in values that are accepted as a group and not from an individual perspective.
As a result, the people are meant to serve the society as a group, hence keeping the economy stable and strong because they make their decisions based on what other people have chosen. It eliminates the ability to make sole-decisions.
However, it is not fully suppressive to the human impulse because an individual like Benard in the book could always stand to what he believes is right as an individual and stand by it under all conditions. In most cases, for people living in perfectly controlled environment propaganda has had a lot of significance on how they make decisions, especially if it comes from superior members of the society because they are mostly respected and modelled by other members of the community.
As a result, most people tend to follow a given direction without questioning.
It sure does show that the human nature of making sole decisions is therefore impaired in this environment.
However, it is not fully suppressive on human impulses because someone can overcome them with just a little effort.
For example, when Bernard wanted to on a trip with Lenina, he got so much propaganda about the worst things that may happen to him if he chooses to go. He however chose to follow his heart and proceed with the plans for a trip.Aug 14, · Political power in a Brave New World by Aldous Huxley?
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G. Wells Julian Huxley Letters of Marshall McLuhan Man Stands Alone Marshall. Nov 15, · In Brave New World, a dystopian novel written by author Aldous Huxley, Power is maintained through technological interventions that start before birth and last until death.
Control is retained by making citizens fulfilled enough that they have no care or .