A world that is entirely happy, where everyone is nice to each other, and everyone has exactly what they need sounds like a place that most people today would buy a one way ticket to instantly. Aldous Leonard Huxley gives us a view of this view of a perfect world; a utopia. In general, many utopian societies derive from some form of an advance in technology or science that is used to enhance human living conditions, such as the absence of pain or suffering.
In A Brave New World, Huxley gives us just that. Humans are not created via humans, they are created in a test tube. It is already known what they are going to be when they come out of the test tubes as well as how they will grow up in the society. In this society everyone knows their place, what they are predestined for and what diseases that they will get and eventually be cured from. These people are not afraid of death. They are programmed to love their work and place in society. They believe that their own class is the perfect fit for them therefore, every one is happy. There is no such thing as competition, since everybody is given everything that they wish for from drinks to food to sex and drugs. There are no feelings of pain in this society, which is one of the main reasons why everyone is made in a test tube; so women do not have to go through all of the pain of giving birth.
Many believe that the society that Huxley wrote about was a utopia based on the title of the book, A Brave New World, because it suggests optimism. This is a phrase often used to express the idea that someone is starting a new chapter in their life. Being brave means that one has enough courage endure something unknown, possibly a world full of possibility. The time in which this book was written was between World War I and World War II. During this time technology was advancing. Huxley wrote this book in 1931. This was during the time of the Great Depression. Most people were at an all time low. They suffered from the stock market crash. In my opinion, Huxley wrote this to grab peoples attention by creating this utopia to let the reader slip out of their dystopian life. The “god” or leader of this society was Henry Ford; the American Captain of Industry.
Disclaimer: This essay has been submitted by a student. This is not an example of the work written by our professional essay writers. You can order our professional work here.
Sorry, copying is not allowed on our website. If you’d like this or any other sample, we’ll happily email it to you.
Your essay sample has been sent.
Want us to write one just for you? We can custom edit this essay into an original, 100% plagiarism free essay.Order now