Brave New World by Aldous Huxley | 23 Books You Didn’t Read In High School But Actually Should

"Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.- Huxley's classic prophetic novel describes the socialized horrors of a futuristic utopia devoid of individual freedom.

INTP = "The Thinker" =Traits: Abstract, rational, ingenious, independent ~~~ Book: This type is the most likely to enjoy reading up on philosophy, as they think very abstractly (see: Mr. Ramsay from "To the Lighthouse"). Huxley's blend of scientific insights and social commentary in the classic book, "Brave New World" would probably appeal to them.

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Brief: redesign the classic book by Aldous Huxley and create 3 book illustrations for various scenes from the story.

It's so cool to think that Huxley wrote this in 1932, but he couldn't have been more spot on for today

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Orwell vs huxley webcomic // Stuart McMillen’s webcomic adapts (and updates) Postman’s famous book-length essay, Amusing Ourselves to Death, which argues that Aldous Huxley’s vision of the future in Brave New…

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Books I wanna read off the list: * 1984 * Brave New World * Slaughterhouse Five * Fahrenheit 451 * Lord Of The Flies * The Picture Of Dorian Gray * Animal Farm * * Enders Game

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.

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