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Huxley’s Brave New World vs Orwell’s 1984 We live for love, friendships, family and God. The emotions of everyday life are a natural part of us. The physical, mental and emotional interactions are what make us human and set us apart from the rest of the organisms on this earth. Unfortunately, this is not the case in Orwell’s 1984 and Huxley’s Brave New World. In both novels, there is an extreme theme of an anti-utopian society, in which the main objective is the elimination of the natural human experience. In Huxley’s Brave New World, and Orwell’s 1984 the societies function by the advances in science and technology, the control government has on its civilians and the unfair banning of individualism. The advancements in science and technology…show more content…
One form of constant monitoring in 1984 is through telescreens. The main character Winston is watched thoroughly while being a part of the outer party and working in the Ministry of Truth. Even in the comfort of his own home Winston has no privacy nor does anyone in all of Oceania. The party hides many microphones throughout the city to pick up on any disloyalty to Big Brother. The party has also mastered psychological manipulation to incapacitate the minds of the people from thinking on their own. The party also bluntly advertises that “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU”, scrutinizing Oceania’s people (SparkNotes Editors). The party succeeded in organizing a small squad of children known as the Junior Spies by brainwashing for the purpose of further spying. In Huxley’s Brave New World the surveillance is completely different from that 1984 in the way that surveillance is done through people rather than devices. In the Brave New World the people are conditioned (brainwashed) before ‘birth’ and therefore their image of their World is perfection. Everyone is happy, even the Epsilons with their menial duties and contribution in society. Bernard Marx is an Alpha, and has the ability to think for himself as long
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