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Brave New World and the Scientific Dictatorship: Utopia or Dystopia?
• The essay asks whether Aldous Huxley's Brave New World (1932) is really a dystopia as its author presented it in his letters, or a utopia in which god-like men methodically arrange their own affairs, recreating Eden on Earth and bringing social harmony and stability to pass. We explore Huxley's elitist background, his eugenicist theories, and his personal tastes in drugs and sex to discover that there is nothing really in the futuristic society depicted in Brave New World that its authorfatcat:zhjaigrhqvacznheso6bo6diti