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Brave New World: Aldous Huxley

Neil Root




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Brave New World is a seminal novel of the future, a classic work of dystopian literature, and it has gathered greater resonance as the years have passed. Aldous Huxley was prophetic about the development of mankind, and the road on which we are all travelling. This study offers concise elucidation of the themes and characters, the critical reaction to them, comparisons with George Orwell's 1984 and conclusions about Brave New World's value as a novel of ideas and as a work of art.


About the author:

Neil Root lives in London and writes literary criticism, true crime and fiction and teaches English language and literature. He has also written James Baldwin: Go Tell It on the Mountain in the Greenwich Exchange Focus On Series.


46  pages

ISBN: 978-1-906075-41-5

Greenwich Exchange Category: Focus On

Series: Focus On



Other books by Neil Root published by Greenwich Exchange:

Go Tell It on the Mountain: James Baldwin

Covering Darkness: Writing True Crime