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How does Brave New World reflect the context in which it was written?
Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" looks at the universal and timeless theme of the relationship between man and nature. Written during the post World War I era, the novel addresses issues of the struggle for peace, the development of science, and the totalitarian state. Set in the year A.F. 632 (after Ford), the novel views the economic, political, social and technological developments of the Brave New World and how its inhabitants have adapted. In particular Bernard Marx, of civilized London, and John Savage from the wild Savage Reserve; as both, from two seemingly different worlds, strug…
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