"Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley Compared to "1984" by George Orwell; Two Worlds Alike
The books "Brave New World", by Aldous Huxley and "1984", by George Orwell have a lot of things in common, although presented in different ways. Both present different warnings about the dangers of a totalitarian government. In "Brave New World", society honors Ford, where in 1984, they are loyal to Big Brother. In each book both governments have total control and power over the society.
One thing to look at is the books' views on relationships. In "Brave New World", people are encouraged to jump from person to person and have sex with everyone. …
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