The author´s intentions and criticism We think Aldous Huxley wants to criticise that people who live their life on their own should get respect from the others. They should not be excluded just because they’re different from others. When Bernard and Lenina visit the reservation in New Mexico
between science, religion &technology in Brave New World
The novel Brave
New World”, written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley is about a dystopian
set six hundred years in the future,
and its developments. Furthermore it describes a future world ruled
Brave New World A dystopain novel by Aldous Huxley Table of content 1.Introduction 2.What is dystopia? 3.Aldous Huxley 3.1 Biography 3.2 Reasons and influences behind Brave New World 4.Dystopian elements in Brave New World 5.Sources 1.Introduction In order to understand why Aldous Huxley’s
Cartoon analysis in connection with Aldous Houxley's novel 'Brave New World'
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The given cartoon is a black-and-white drawing by an unknown cartoonist taken from ww.etec.ctlt.ubc.ca.
The cartoon is about education in school and visualizes a teacher standing in front of 6 children in a classroom. The children are sitting at separate desks and behind the teacher there is a blackboard which shows six sentences, maybe rules, the viewer cannot read. The teacher is wearing a suit, glasses and a tie while the students are wearing casual clothing. At the bottom of his cartoon there is a caption stating “I expect you all to be independent, innovative, critical thinkers who will do exactly as I say!”.
This caption is a sentence from the teacher speaking to his students which can be proved by his open mouth. While he is saying this, his posture especially the position of his hands shows his strict and authoritarian attitude. The students are listening but seem to have confused expressions. The caption itself is very paradoxical which probably causes the conf.....[read full text]