Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World in 1932. That’s almost eighty years ago, but the book reads like it could have been written yesterday. Don’t miss it out on Free Audiobooks today for the best experiences!
Brave New World audiobook anticipates scientific advancements in reproductive technology
Brave New World audiobook was very ridiculous and unrealistic. As if all this could happen. In the distant future, babies will be genetically engineered, bred for specific life stages, and a large workforce will be cultivated to satisfy sneaky jobs that are not physically or mentally burdensome. You really need to consider getting the data entry position you saw in the job listing.
With all genetic changes, children are educated by the state, and words such as “father” and “mother” are considered blasphemous. Infant and childhood subliminal messages also conditioned people to repeat ridiculous etiquette as if they were true wisdom. And because the world economy depends on the continuation of the finest consumption, they are encouraged to waste. The public can even turn the zipper on their own helicopter instead of a car. Man, when are they going to come out with jet packs for everyone. It’s 2011 and I’m still driving around in a car like a chump. I want my jet pack!
All entertainment is reduced to the lowest common denominator while everyone is constantly striving to entertain in Brave New World audiobook. And, like the movie “The Feelies,” where the audience can smell and feel, the emphasis is on presenting a mechanism to attract the audience. Will they re-release Avatar in the cinema so that they can be seen again in 3D, as James Cameron intended? At one point, the character said about The Feelies, “But they’re narrated by idiots … a work of art made from virtually pure sensations.” You need to check out the new Michael Bay Transformers movie.
These are words that came out in the face of tyranny and total oppression, but they are very rare in this world because all human passion and sense of creativity are suppressed and wiped out by long and complex conditioning processes. It is a word. And that makes this novel so powerful. It’s not incredible. Like Orwell’s 1984 and Atwood’s Handmaid’s Story, Brave New World audiobook has enough truth to be true. It is a cruel reflection of our own existence if we go too far on a particular path. And while it’s a speculative fiction wonder, unlike the other two books, there is no violence in the world of Huxley. It controls in the same way and is scary, but in a more indirect way.
Brave New World audiobook is a novel that will make you think and imagine in a way that books haven’t been around for a long time. Don’t miss it out on Free Audiobooks Online today!
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