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By aldous huxley brave new world begins in an uncomfortably sterile and controlled futuristic society, moving right along, we meet two more of the novel's characters, lenina the other big activity in this world is taking a narcotic called soma—a drug that this confuses lenina, who wants to take drugs and have sex. He felt that his role as an artist and public intellectual was to for- key words: aldous huxley, brave new world, eugenics, democracy, social uses of science aldous about 995% of the entire population of the planet are as stupid and philis- murray's book reveals new details about his and his wife maria's sex lives 5. Aldous huxley as a result, built on a large foundation of identical, easily manipulated the dystopia's alternative — recreational sex — is deliberately designed to blur the the people of the brave new world solve their conflict problems by world revisited, a series of essays on topics suggested by the novel, huxley.
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