By Jonathan Greenberg,Nathan Waddell
This selection of essays offers new readings of Huxley’s vintage dystopian satire, Brave New global (1932). top overseas students think about from new angles the old contexts during which the booklet was once written and the cultural legacies within which it looms huge. the quantity affirms Huxley’s prescient evaluations of modernity and his carrying on with relevance to debates approximately political energy, paintings, and the vexed dating among nature and humankind. person chapters discover connections among Brave New World and the character of utopia, the Nineteen Thirties American Technocracy move, schooling and social regulate, excitement, replica, futurology, inter-war periodical networks, motherhood, ethics and the Anthropocene, islands, and the ethical lifestyles. the quantity additionally incorporates a ‘Foreword’ written via David Bradshaw, one of many world’s most sensible Huxley students. well timed and regularly illuminating, this assortment is key interpreting for college kids, critics, and Huxley fanatics alike.
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'Brave New World': Contexts and Legacies by Jonathan Greenberg,Nathan Waddell