Brave New World | Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis | Aldous Huxley
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Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is about a dystopian world 500 years in the future. All of humanity is controlled by an authoritarian regime that uses genetic engineering, pharmaceuticals, global social conditioning, oppressive thought control, propaganda, and more to keep people in line. The stability this produces carries a terrible cost in human individuality and happiness. However, despite the best efforts of the world state, the book’s protagonists discover that human discontent cannot be stifled completely.
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