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Harmful Influences on Children, and Why Children are Growing Up Too Fast

- In a Boston school, second-graders take a field trip to the local police station to hear a presentation about the dangers of illegal drugs and to be fingerprinted for “stolen child” identification cards. In an affluent Chicago suburb, elementary school students carry cell phones, pagers, palm pilots and PDAs (personal digital assistants) to keep track of their hectic schedules. Says one parent: “Our kids are just trying to keep their lives ordered.” In London, a 12-year-old boy spends a couple of hours roaming around the city with a few of his friends after school....   [tags: media, peer pressure]

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The Implications of Young People Being too Concerned about the Way They Look

- One of the main concerns of young people is an assessment of their appearance: face, body, physical state. Many of them constantly ask themselves the question: "How do I fit the notions of beauty taken in my environment and in the modern world?» The degree of satisfaction of teenagers (especially girls) with their appearance depends on many other personality traits - cheerfulness, openness, sociability. Teens negatively evaluating their appearance are more prone to depression and anxiety. Apart from this, the teenager not only meticulously evaluates own appearance, but also is extremely sensitive to its assessment of other people....   [tags: self esteem, self-acceptance]

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I Am Too Young And I Should Not Know About Grandma Macleod

- There was a time, and it was many years ago, now when everything seemed simple. Ask me when everything changed I can almost pinpoint it to when my mother was pregnant with my second little sister. After the loss of the first one, I was reluctant to get attached when mom got pregnant again. I was scared we were going to lose the second one like we did my first little sister. One thing I loved about my parents were how honest they are with me. Even though grandma MacLeod does not approve, they never kept me out of the loop....   [tags: Family, Mother, Parent, Father]

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My High School Days Should Not Too Far Off

- Back in my high school days, a friend of mine asked me a simple question which shut down my thought process completely. The question was, ‘What is stopping us from punching the next person that says something?’ Paused for a while looking around the class for a logical answer. After several blinks off to space I responded values. The answer of values literally came out of the blue. For a well educated guess I was not too far off. Politically speaking norms are the reason we chose whether to do something or not, with a combination of values of course....   [tags: Sociology, Gender, Shirt, Heteronormativity]

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Steady, Don 't Push Yourself Too Hard Right Now

- Steady, don’t push yourself too hard right now.” Shay mumbled, guiding me with his body. “It hurts Shay.” I gritted my teeth. I was walking on a small log to try to regain balance for while I’m a wolf. Shay was in wolf form next to me and he pressed his side up against mine to ensure that I didn’t fall. My balance has been off ever since Glen bit me. My shoulder has been hurting but my neck recovered well. “Alright. We’ve been at this for long enough; I want you to jog back to my house in wolf form....   [tags: Debut albums, 2005 singles, Running, 2000 singles]

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Pakistan took too many loans from IMF which actually was not needed

- The topic of my research essay is “Pakistan took too many loans from IMF which actually was not needed”. Pakistan did not need any foreign financial assistance and was able to handle the setbacks. In my essay, first of all I will tell you that what IMF is and what is his role in the world. Secondly, I will tell you that how and when Pakistan took his loans from IMF and what were the conditions set by IMF authorities. And then I will tell you the condition of Pakistan at the time of its first structural adjustment program....   [tags: International Finance ]

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World War I and the Domestic Casualty of the Industrial Workers of the World

- World War I and the Domestic Casualty of the Industrial Workers of the World The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) worked in the early 20th century to organize all labor to collectively strive for the interests of labor and in order to create a more democratic society, in spite of possible resistance from the interests of capital and the repercussions that were to occur in reaction to organizing (Bird et al 1). Although, in a mostly defunct form, it still exists today as an international labor union, the height of the labor movement occurred towards the mid-late 1910’s, with the practical demise of its influence occurring during the time in which the United States entered into the Fir...   [tags: World History Workers Work Essays]

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Review Of ' Brave New World ' By Aldous Huxley And 1984 Written By George Orwell

- Technology in a Totalitarian Society. In Brave New World written by Aldous Huxley and 1984 written by George Orwell the dystopian societies depend on technology to create a totalitarian society. Brave New World is a sequel to 1984, because Brave New World is an established dystopian society which uses technology in a much more pleasureable way, whereas in 1984 the technology is used in a much more aggressive manner. The technology used in both novels aids both governments in creating a totalitarian society, technology helps the government take control over all citizens, influence all of the peoples actions, and determine the people’s emotions....   [tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Brave New World]

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The Responsibility of Hitler for World War Two

- The Responsibility of Hitler for World War Two In this essay I will be looking at the main causes of World War 2 and deciding whether it was all Adolf Hitler's fault that it began. I will be looking at things Hitler did, other causes and then concluding with my opinion. In some ways the war was Hitler's fault. He believed that the Germans were the 'master race'. Going around saying this will make people feel inferior and think the Germans have no authority over them, this caused conflicts....   [tags: WWII World War 2 Essays]

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Analysis of The Lost World by Michael Crichton

- Analysis of The Lost World by Michael Crichton Michael Crichton's novel, The Lost World began with the exposition of a character who is infamous to Crichton's work, Ian Malcom. The entire introduction and prologue is about Malcom and his scientific views and theories. In a section of the book called 'Hypothesis';, Malcom discusses a theory of 'lost worlds'; - areas in which extinct beings may live, with Richard Levine, a man who's ideas were totally different from Malcoms. Levine and Malcom discuss a possible journey to an island that is suspected to be one of the so-called 'lost worlds';....   [tags: The Lost World Michael Crichton Essays]

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Aldous Huxley's A Brave New World

- Aldous Huxley's A Brave New World The New World, a man-made Utopia, governed by its motto, Community, Identity, Stability (Huxley 3). A man-made world in every way. Human beings fertilized in bottles. Identity, gender, intelligence, position in society, all predestined. Human beings classified in the order of precedence: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Epsilon. Every one conditioned to be a certain way. Every one works for every one else (Huxley, 74). All man-made to ensure social stability. Is society in the New World truly better than in the 2000s....   [tags: Technology A Brave New World Essays]

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How Much Homework to Give Kids?

- How Much Homework to Give Kids. To many kids in elementary schools, homework is a menace. It takes away quality time from a student’s daily life and activities. In Romesh Ratnesar’s article “The Homework Ate my Family”, Ratnesar mentions about a student named Molly and her daily routine. Her daily routine consists of “spending two hours doing homework, practicing the piano, doing more than 100 math problems, labeling the countries and bodies of water and reviewing a semester’s worth of science” (Ratnesar)....   [tags: Education Educating School Learning Essays]

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World War Two and Stalinist Terror

- World War Two and Stalinist Terror We can count many causes of World War 2 - economic problems, nationalism, the rise of dictatorships in certain countries. Some believe that many of the causes were due to problems left unsolved by World War 1. But the three main causes were: 1. The Prussian Militarism – developed in 200 years of history, it was the force that made Germany so powerful, and made it possible for a man like Adolph Hitler to gain total control of it....   [tags: WWII World War 2 Essays]

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Much Ado About Nothing By Shakespeare

- Much Ado About Nothing By Shakespeare Shakespeare’s attitude toward courtship and romance combines mature suspicion with an awareness that the social realities surrounding courtship may detract from the fun of romance. The need to marry for social superiority and to ensure inheritance, complicates romantic relationships. Although this play is a comedy ending in multiple marriages and is full of witty dialogue making for many comic moments, it also addresses more serious events, including some that border on tragedy....   [tags: Papers]

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The World Is A Good World

- Day by day, our life is developing follow the world’s evolution. Technologies and sciences help the human’s life in many concern, and the human does not work too much like the days before. People have more time to relax, and they can enjoy their life after their work time. Our world is a good world if we just see the good sided or developed countries. In poor countries, there are too many people who do not have anything to eat or a lot of children do not have a study place, so our world cannot be a perfect world....   [tags: School, Primary school, Primary education]

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Third World Short Story as National Allegory

- Third World Short Story as National Allegory Fredric Jameson's 1986 essay "Third-World Literature in an Era of Multinational Capitalism," declares that unlike the literatures of the First World, Third World Literatures are necessarily national allegories. "Third World texts," Jameson argues, "even those which are seemingly private and invested with a properly libidinal dynamic, necessarily project a political dimension in the form of national allegory; the story of the private individual destiny is always an allegory of the embattled situation of the public third world culture and society....   [tags: Third World Literature Papers]

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Brave New World - A Wake-Up Call for Humanity

- Brave New World - A Wake-Up Call for Humanity (this essay has problems with the format) Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in England, human society has had to struggle to adapt to new technology. There is a shift from traditional society to a modern one. Within the last ten years we have seen tremendous advances in science and technology, and we are becoming more and more socially dependent on it. In the Brave New World, Huxley states that we are moving in the direction of Utopia much more rapidly than anyone had ever anticipated....   [tags: Brave New World]

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Analysis and Critique of Brave New World

- Analysis and Critique of Brave New World The novel opens in the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre, in the years A.F., or After Ford. Ford is the God-surrogate, a corruption of the name Freud, the controversial psychosexual psychologist. The Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is leading a tour group of young students around a lab. He explains the scientific process by which human beings are fertilized and custom-made, and shows them the Social Predestination room, where workers create the social castes....   [tags: A Brave New World Aldous Huxley Essays]

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The World of Yesterday

- Stefan Zweig wrote a breathtaking autobiography called "The World of Yesterday." This book takes a look at Europe around the turn of the century. Although recognized as an autobiography, I believe the book is more of a suicide note for the talented author. There are a few reasons that I believe lead to this conclusion. It can be interpreted that the way it is written is in the form of a suicide note. Also, the tone of the book, although written to be completely factual, has sort of a depressing side....   [tags: European Literature]

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The British Government's Decision to Evacuate Children from Britain’s Major Cities at the Start of the Second World War

- The government evacuated children from major cities in Britain to safer areas of the country in response to a new style of warfare that had emerged from World War One, due to the use of aircraft. Aircraft began to target industrial areas in an attempt to damage a country’s economy, and therefore damage their ability on the front line, and morale. However, accuracy was bad and so bombs often landed off target and injured civilians who worked or lived in the industrial areas. The Government decided that the children needed to be protected as they were the next generation and fewer child deaths meant higher morale for the British people....   [tags: british history, world war II, ]

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William Shakespeare 's ' Much Ado About Nothing And Viola Of The Twelfth Night '

- Women in Elizabethan England lived in a society that was largely dominated by men. They were expected to be obedient and submissive to their husbands. They were viewed as property rather than people. Both Beatrice of Much Ado About Nothing and Viola of The Twelfth Night are strong, independent women that are living in a male dominated world. Gender roles are prevalent themes throughout the two plays. After her cousin, Hero, is publically humiliated and jilted at the altar by Claudio, Beatrice wishes she could get proper revenge on her own....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Love, Friendship]

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How Much Energy Has Been Transferred Through The System

- To answer the most obvious question, what is ΔHºrxn·. Well, ΔHºrxn· means the change in enthalpy. To break it down further, enthalpy is the measure of the amount of energy in a system. Every single reaction in the entire universe has a change in enthalpy. Energy is held in each and every single bond that puts together the world we see and live in today. When a reaction takes place and bonds are broken and reconnected, energy has been transferred, and enthalpy tells us how much. It is just about nearly impossible to measure all of the energy that there is out there, but scientists can measure how much energy has been transferred through the system....   [tags: Thermodynamics, Enthalpy, Energy, Entropy]

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A Critical Analysis Of Tolstoy 's How Much Land Does A Man Need?

- Life as We Know It: A Critical Analysis of Tolstoy’s How Much Land Does a Man Need. Tolstoy’s How Much Land Does a Man Need?, was my absolute favorite story of all of the Continental Europe readings we have done for this class. I found it powerful and quite moving. Tolstoy has a way with words that not only includes massive amounts of detail, but also he includes key phrases throughout his short stories that are quite impactful and add emphasis to the entire theme of each individual story. I particularly loved his story, How Much Land Does a Man Need?, because it caused me to think and truly examine my own life....   [tags: Fiction, Short story, Anton Chekhov, Novel]

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Detecting Deception in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Detecting Deception in Much Ado About Nothing Deception is usually frowned upon because people are driven to find more about the truth, and deception steers the deceived away from discovering true knowledge. However, in Much Ado About Nothing, the play illustrates that deception is neither good nor bad; instead, deception is simply a controllable tool that requires the right opportunity to serves the deceiver’s objective. Almost every character in the story displays some sort of deception. The very first example of deception happens when Don Pedro promises Claudio that he will woo and win Hero for him in Claudio’s disguise, which set off a chain reaction of mis-apprehension....   [tags: benedick, beatrice, heroes]

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Too Many Issues to Handle - Original Writing

- Too Many Issues to Handle - Original Writing Why. That's all I have to ask, why. Why is it that there are people in this world who take advantage of their good fortune and keep it to themselves while others like me suffer in the cold dark world fighting off evil in their minds. Many people can't take this kind of pressure, especially us teenagers. We have to deal with so many things, that sometimes you lose track and everything goes haywire, and eventually, so do we. Most teenagers have this kind of experience, those who don't are lucky....   [tags: Papers]

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Rhetorical Analysis Of Starbucks Cups Much Abrew About Nothing

- Rhetorical Analysis of “Starbucks Cups Much Abrew About Nothing” Whether you get you a venti, grande or a tall at Starbucks they hand you just a cup right. In the article “Starbucks Cups Much Abrew About Nothing” the author explains how the uproar has grown about the latest Christmas cup that has hit the stores nationwide. In the Hartford Courant, published on November 17th, the article is gearing towards people who drink Starbucks regularly or people who wait all year for the special holiday drinks and explain to them the trap made by the liberal media to make the “Christians look stupid.” The author delivers the article in a conversational and organized piece paired with vivid sarcasm t...   [tags: Coffee, Starbucks, Drinkware, Advent]

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Money : A Piece Of Paper That Has A Value That Defines How Much Someone Earns

- Money: a piece of paper that has a dollar value on it; a value that defines how much someone earns; a earning that decides if one is to be the working, middle, or high class, and everyone’s life source. Parents: mother and father figure, providers for their children, and the role model their kids look up to. Money becomes a need as we use it to provide for the needs to sustain us: a house, utilities, a bed to sleep in, food to survive on, and any other things we might want. When people do not have the access to tons of money it becomes a true struggle to maintain a healthy living for yourself and family....   [tags: Mother, Family, Minimum wage, Parent]

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Of Mice and Men’ is a novel about people. Are there too many

- Of Mice and Men’ is a novel about people. Are there too many cripples, misfits and unusual characters in the novel to consider Steinbeck’s portrayal as true life. Steinbeck’s novel is based on ordinary people during the American Depression. Steinbeck has an understanding of how migrant workers were and how it was as he had his childhood in California near Salinas Valley. During the period in which the novel was wrote was written migrant workers went from ranch to ranch working for money never really having a secure job as new technology in machinery made it cheaper to harvest crops....   [tags: English Literature]

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I Didn 't Put Much Thought Towards My Profession

- I didn’t put much thought towards my profession throughout my adolescence. However, in high school and college everything changed from academics, experience, and family complications. These complications leaded me to the on and only career that is Pharmacy. Since I was young, my immune system was low on white blood cells, which made me constantly sick. Therefore, I had to go to the doctor’s office and he will give my grandmother and I a piece of paper, sending us to another place which was puzzling to me....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Pharmacy]

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Cause Effect Essay - Consequences of Too Many Cats

- Cause Effect Essay - Consequences of Too Many Cats We have five cats that live in our house. This was not our original plan, but it turned out that way. My family got two tortoiseshell-colored kittens, Kit-Fat and Minkie when I was nine and my sister was seven. Two years later, we were preparing to move to the country, and our pastor's daughter had three kittens to give away. Our pastor convinced us that we needed cats outside in the country. At that age, Risa and I were greatly in love with kittens....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays]

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Where Sin Abounded, Grace Did Much More Abound

- …”where sin abounded, grace did much more abound.” Romans 5:20 As a young Christian, I heard repeated many times the words of Paul the apostle, "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast." Eph. 2:8-9. I believed I understood well enough the meaning of grace; God 's willingness to forgive and forget. And the context I was hearing it in was typically referring to either the salvation of the unbeliever, or rest and comfort for the sin wearied soul of the believer....   [tags: Jesus, Holy Spirit, Christianity]

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Has the Creation of Nunavut Come too Quickly?

- Has the Creation of Nunavut Come too Quickly. The North of Canada may invoke thoughts of polar bears, penguins, and Eskimos, however this region has a history of exploitation. Since the 1940's, the Inuit people (Eskimo is considered a derogatory term by locals) have been forced to assimilate to Canadian laws and language. Prior to the arrival of the Canadian officials and their economic and law systems and infrastructures, the Inuit lived in small groups off the tundra. Their economic system was one of trade and they spoke Inuktitut, which was only an oral language until about fifty years ago....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Papers]

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Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far

- Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far Aggression. Killing. Revenge. Sound like the latest Scream movie or Keanu Reeves thriller. You may be surprised to hear that this describes the average Saturday morning cartoon. One of the most surprising facts is that the level of violence during Saturday morning cartoons is higher than the level of violence during prime time. There are 3 to 5 violent acts per hour in prime time, versus 20 to 25 acts per hour on Saturday morning (Gerbner,1). Violence on television in general is damaging to society....   [tags: essays papers]

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Are Teens too Dependent on Technology?

- ... New interaction ways assisted by cell phones and social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp help teens psychosocially to get rid of bad feelings as stress, boredom, loneliness and restraint. For this reason, teenagers who bury their faces in cell phones and laptops feel much more comfortable in the virtual world than they do in real world but eventually they become asocial, irritable and non-confident in real-world situations and they do not rely on their peers (Verial, “Internet Addiction”)....   [tags: promoting a sedentray lifestyle, social media]

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Brave New World

- Within Aldous Huxley’s work of Brave New World, there are two characters, Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson that are a part of the world state, but they are isolated and different then everyone else. Bernard and Helmholtz are both Alpha-plus males; they are the highest class within their society. Bernard is physically shorter than all the other alphas, and is insecure about his size and status. Helmholtz on the other hand is very intelligent and physically attractive. Both individuals share a discontent with life in the world state....   [tags: Aldous Huxley]

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How Dependent Is Too Dependent?

- As Winston Churchill once stated, “on no one quality, on no one process, on no one country, on no one route, and on no one field must we be dependent. Safety and certainty in oil lie in variety and variety alone.” America should not be relying on a select few countries for foreign oil. If one of these countries would stop supplying the United States with oil, it will impact America’s economy greatly. The United States used over “18.6 million barrels per day of petroleum products” back in 2012. They also buy “up to a quarter of [its] imported oil” from the Middle East....   [tags: energy, oil, solar power]

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British Policy of Appeasement at the Beginning of World War Two

- British Policy of Appeasement at the Beginning of World War Two The First World War was the beginning of a new era in fighting. Weapons and fighting technique had drastically changed, making war much more dangerous. With the predictions for the new weapons including poisonous gas and bigger bombs, Great Britain was very much afraid for its citizens, especially men and women of fighting age. The country wished to avoid war at any cost. The choices of Neville Chamberlain and The Parliament favoring appeasement affected the decisions of other European leaders, such as French Premier Daladier, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and Winston Churchill, and those choices helped Britain enter the wa...   [tags: WWII World War 2 Essays]

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Theme of Carl Sagan's The Demon-Haunted World

- Theme of The Demon-Haunted World Books that promote pseudoscience are often popular and profitable. Much less marketable are those books which promote skepticism (Nickell 106). The underlying theme in the first part of Carl Sagan's book The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark is that there can be overwhelming harmful effects if science is not used as a way to observe that which is not completely understood. This means that people should study everything objectively and let popular beliefs interfere when drawing their conclusions....   [tags: Sagan Demon-Haunted World Essays]

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How Will Peak Oil Change The World?

- ... 13 Nov. 2011. <http://www.beyondpeak.com/cuba.html>. DeFotis, Dimitra. "How Close is Hubbert's Peak?" Barron's 85.40 (2005): 46,46-47. ProQuest. Web. 17 Oct. 2011. Dunlop, Ian. "Peak Oil Drives Urgent Energy Alternatives." Australasian Science 2008: 37,37-39. ProQuest. Web. 17 Oct. 2011 <http://ezproxy.rollins.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/223725046?accountid=13584>. "EROI And EIRR." Clean Energy Wonk. Web. 11 Nov. 2011. <http://cleanenergywonk.com/category/eroei/eroi/>....   [tags: produce, middle east, energy]

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Brave New World by Aldoux Huxley

- Science and Technology have a strong influence on the daily lives of the citizens in the world state. The first influence is through the use of drugs and in particular, soma. Soma is a drug that is used in the world state by everyone to create false happiness. When john, Bernard and Helmholtz meet Mustafa mond the leader of the world state, Mond explains the beneficial effects of simply consuming one drug on a daily basis. “Now, you swallow two or three half-gramme tablets, and there you are. Anybody can be virtuous now....   [tags: science, technology, religion]

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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

- Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World illustrates a perfect society: “community, identity, stability” (Huxley 7). This superb environment, however, is only achieved through the dehumanization of each individual. The world is run by world-controllers, a powerful oligarchy, whom have successfully brainwashed, or conditioned, children for the sole purpose of controlling their minds (Biderman 549). In result, individuals have lost their ability to think and act for themselves. Children are stripped of human rights, even before conditioning, by being a product of governmental test tube reproduction....   [tags: community, dehumanization, brainwashing]

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Governmental Control: A Brave New World

- The fear of government control is a leitmotif in many dystopian literature stories; therefore, strong, oppressive central governments feature prominently in this genre. Both Brave New World and 1984 provide examples of this type of government, which superficially appear to be quite different. Although the outward aspects of these governments appear to be in opposition, they both use conditioning and societal manipulation to maintain control of their citizens in worlds affected by industrialization....   [tags: Aldous Huxley, neo-pavlovian conditioning]

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The World 's International Student Population

- There are about 195 countries in the world, that is a lot of culture and industrial differences. Therefore, having an international mindset is critical in today’s global economy. The world 's international student population who study abroad numbers “more than 3.7 million” and it continues to grow each year. Moreover, there is even a greater population of people who conduct businesses in different countries. Despite their cultural and economic differences, two countries must learn how to properly conduct businesses....   [tags: Sociology, United States, Social class]

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Teachers Are Important Too

- Teachers are usually overlooked as important professions; many believe that teaching isn’t as demanding or as tough as other top paying professions. Without teachers, people wouldn’t be able to gain knowledge and there would be no academic growth. Teachers are just as important as other professions, and should have a salary increase for starting teachers. Teachers are extremely vital to everyone’s lives, as a parent you want the best teacher for your child. This is not possible without a salary increase; most people interested in education are often hesitant....   [tags: profession, knowledge, salary, increase]

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Too Many Teenage Parents

- Every year numerous amounts of young people all over the United States are becoming teenage parents. The parents of these young children and the government have a common goal due to the situation. They believe teenagers should be educated on the topic of sex. However they come to a disagreement on how this should happen. Some people believe that schools should start having sex orientation “sex ed’’ classes or health classes that mainly focus on the safety and the risks of their actions....   [tags: sex education, birth control, school]

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Should Issei And Nisei Have Both Been Relocated During World War II?

- 1. Should Issei and Nisei have both been relocated during World War II. What arguments were made in favor of relocation and against relocation. Issei, first-generation Japanese immigrants in the America, would give birth to their children within the United States, giving them automatic citizenship. This new generation of Japanese-Americans would be given the name “Nisei”, as society would question their loyalty, while being racially and legally discriminated against, by their community and government....   [tags: Japanese American internment, World War II]

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Unwinding the Spool of Civilization in Ponting's The Green History of the World and Quinn's Ishmael

- Unwinding the Spool of Civilization in Ponting's The Green History of the World and Quinn's Ishmael   Clive Ponting's The Green History of the World and Daniel Quinn's Ishmael both critique the dominant paradigms of modern human civilization-especially where its relationship with environment is concerned. Both feel strongly that we are in trouble. Neither are quite willing to make final connections and present us with a systematic method for getting out of our impending ecological crisis, but they both do spell out what has been wrong, what is wrong now, and what will happen should we choose not to take evasive action....   [tags: Green History of the World Essays]

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Ever At Odds: The Conflict and Reconciliation of Science and Religion in Paradise Lost and The Blazing World

- Ever At Odds: The Conflict and Reconciliation of Science and Religion in Paradise Lost and The Blazing World Throughout history, scientific theories and spiritual beliefs have often been at odds. Even today, most people are faced with the difficulty of reconciling their religious beliefs with modern science. In the 17th Century, when scientific thought was in its infancy and religion was the established source of knowledge about the universe, this conflict was of particular interest to writers and philosophers....   [tags: Paradise Lost Blazing World]

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Analysis of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

- Analysis of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Brave New World by Aldous Huxley was published in 1932 after two major global events- World War Two from 1914-1918 and The Great Depression of 1929-1933. These two events changed the way people saw the world and made people see the events were beyond the control of individuals and even governments. Also at this time the world was seeing the rise in technology and the view that science could help solve some of the problems. Much of the technology has been developed because of the war and the mass of people had suffered because of it....   [tags: Brave New World Aldous Huxley Essays]

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Benedick in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

- Benedick in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing In the first extract, Benedick and Claudio are alone so the focus of the audience is on them. Shakespeare makes all the characters leave the scene except for Benedick and Claudio, which shows that whilst Beatrice and the others are more sociable and keep with the group, Benedick and Claudio want some time to themselves. This shows that Benedick does not like large crowds of people and is automatically portrayed as an introverted character....   [tags: Papers]

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Love in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Love in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare What is love. Many people would answer this question differently. People fall in love, get married, and form families with children, pets and houses. Every family differs from one another. The reason that no identical families exist in this world is that people understand love in their own ways. There is no correct answer describing what love really is. That is why this topic is so frequently discussed and analyzed by psychologists, writers, and just by common people in personal conversations....   [tags: Papers]

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Courtship in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Courtship in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare The themes of love, marriage and courtship are an important part of 'Much Ado about nothing'; they are presented in a way that reflects the attitudes of the society at that time. I will explore the different attitudes of modern audiences and Shakespeare's audience towards these themes in the play. The two examples of relationships I have chosen are Beatrice and Benedick's and Hero and Claudio's. This is because I think they are in contrast with each other, at the beginning of the play it appears that Hero and Claudio will be the perfect couple formed in a conventional way, Claudio goes through the right ch...   [tags: Papers]

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Much Ado About Nothing - A Feminist Perspective of Hero

- A Feminist Perspective of Hero in Much Ado About Nothing      Unlike the title of this piece suggests, Hero did not undergo her transformation in Much Ado About Nothing through magic.  Rather, Hero was a victim of the double standards and illogical fears that the men of Shakespeare’s plays commonly held.  The following quote sums it up quite well:  In the plays female sexuality is not expressed variously through courtship, pregnancy, childbearing, and remarriage, as it is in the period.  Instead it is narrowly defined and contained by the conventions of Petrarchan love and cuckoldry.  The first idealizes women as a catalyst to male virtue, insisting on their absolute purity.  The secon...   [tags: Feminism Feminist Women Criticism]

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Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare In Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing Claudio seems, at the beginning of the play to be very brave after being victorious in a battle. This is show by how the messenger introduces him ‘Doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion’ This also makes him seem very young and shy. In this play Shakespeare uses many different structures to reveal Claudio’s character; he also uses his language to help the audience to understand what Claudio is really like....   [tags: Papers]

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Much Ado About Nothing - The Importance Of Noting

- Discuss The Importance Of Noting In Much Ado About Nothing Noting, or observing, is central to many of the ideas in Much Ado About Nothing. The word nothing was pronounced as noting in Elizabethan times, and it seems reasonable to presume that the pun was intended by Shakespeare to signal the importance of observation, spying and eavesdropping in the play. As a plot device, these occurrences propel the action and create humour and tension. The perils of noting incorrectly are portrayed and this leads naturally to the investigation of another major theme, the discrepancy between appearance and reality....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Deception in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Deception in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare Shakespeare was born in 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare did not go to university but worked. There are no documents that can tell us anything at all about Shakespeare, but we have learned that in 1592 he was known in London, becoming an actor and playwright. They play 'Much Ado About Nothing' is set in Messina because it is romantic, a fashionable setting and Shakespeare took inspiration from Italian poets. The restrictions on using large props and changing scenery were difficult because it would almost impossible to carry a large piece of scenery on stage....   [tags: Papers]

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Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare Antonio: Well, niece, I trust you'll be ruled by your father. Beatrice: Yes faith, it is my cousin's duty to make curtsy, and say, father as it please you. Does this extract reflect Shakespeare's presentation of women in the play, and what is your response to this presentation 400 years later. The presentation of women in the play is varied. Shakespeare has produced two very different presentations of women. One being Beatrice, the assertive, outspoken, almost masculine female and the other being Hero, the 'modest young lady' who does whatever she is asked....   [tags: Papers]

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Literature Has Much More Value Than Television

- Literature Has Much More Value Than Television It may go without saying that there are those who will never study, appreciate, or even perhaps consider literature as it is known in academic circles. There are those for whom the written word may have, at best, utilitarian purposes, and for whom any piece of writing beyond a technical manual should, at least, be a work of “non-fiction,” designed to impart a clearly stated morsel of information or worthy opinion. Part of the explanation for this may coincide with the same general reason that some people never consider religion: the proponents of literature – as is sometimes the case with the proponents of religion – sometimes themselves make...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays]

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Beatrice and Hero in Much Ado About Nothing

- Beatrice and Hero in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice is a young, attractive woman, who lives to be an unconventional member of her community. She is technically a free woman as her father died when she was younger and she has no one to say to her no, or that’s enough, or in general tell her what to do. She lives her life as she wishes and is known as Lady Disdain by one of her fellow characters, Benedick. However, Hero is the complete opposite to her cousin Beatrice....   [tags: William Shakespeare]

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Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing is a short play by Shakespeare, which has comedy, romance, suspense and a lot of drama twisted into several hundred lines of verse. The ending is happy, however, and little has changed albeit two marriages. The play is important, not because of its subject matter, but because it shows us that life itself is similarly enjoyable and foolish - our lives are "much ado about nothing". The first thing an audience will find to enjoy in this light-hearted comedy is the excellent stagecraft, which includes setting, costumes and masks....   [tags: Papers]

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How Much Protein Do Athletes Need?

- How Much Protein Do Athletes Need. WHAT IS PROTEIN. Protein is made up of essential and non - essential amino acids. A chain of amino acids is called a polypeptide. The human body can make the non - essential amino acids, whereas the essential amino acids must be ingested through food. Protein is found in food, and is most highly concentrated in animal sources than other sources. It is digested by the human body, and broken down into its amino acid components, beginning in the stomach. An enzyme disassembles the protein polypeptide chains into smaller components, which are broken down again and again in order to facilitate the digestion process....   [tags: Health Food Vitamins Essays]

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Alcohol in Our Society; Huxley’s View in Relation to Brave New World

- Alcohol in Our Society; Huxley’s View in Relation to Brave New World Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a science fiction book that captures both the good and bad sides of cloning and mass production of humans through science. Huxley’s book, published in 1932, conveys his well-developed and disturbingly accurate ideas about human behavior in what was then the distant future. In addition, his writing measures the capacity for which humans can obsess over not only having a perfect society, but also having total control over everyone and everything in a world where nothing is wild and untamed....   [tags: Brave New World Aldous Huxley]

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The Unexpected Downside of Science Explored in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

- The Unexpected Downside of Science Explored in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World Since the first day that humans were put on this earth, they have been curious and have searched for ways to become more efficient. Throughout the years they have created tools to better serve them, created clothing to keep them warm, built homes to protect them from the elements, and produced transportation methods to transport them across the world. In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World (1932), the human race has evolved to being extremely efficient in everything that they do....   [tags: Brave New World Aldous Huxley]

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Strategic Management In A Flat World

- Would you believe me if I told you the world was becoming flat. Well, it is, just not necessarily in the literal sense that you may be assuming. The recent advances in technology and communications have led to the rapid spread of globalization. This new level of connectivity is serving as the equalizer between “industrial and emerging market countries.” To put it bluntly, the gap between what we once thought were more highly developed nations and those less efficient, is shrinking at an incredible rate....   [tags: Business Strategic Management Globalization]

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Causes of the First World War

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Attack on World Trade Center

- Attack on World Trade Center Terrorism is the bug of 21 century. Throughout history it has appeared in many various ways: hijacked planes, ships, trains. But never was terrorism committed in such a terrible way as on Tuesday, September 11 in New York City. This tragedy affected us all. It was nice Tuesday morning. Everybody were rushing to their jobs in the most beautiful and remarkable city of the world. Planes in the sky were usual routine of this city at this time. Manhattan was ready to welcome millions of its residents and tourist....   [tags: history]

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Shakespeare in my World

- Shakespeare in my World These are the forgeries of jealousy: And never, since middle summer's spring, Met we on hill, in dale, forest, or mead, By paved fountain or by rushy brook, Or in the beached margent of the sea, To dance our ringlets to the whisteling wind, But with thy brawls thou hast disturbed our sport. ~ Titania A Midsummer Night's Dream 2.1 I first truly gazed upon William Shakespeare during college. I had to do a monologue of Joan of Arc from Henry VI part I. I remember wrapping my mouth around his words, tasting him for the first time....   [tags: Personal Narrative William Shakespeare Essays]

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The World Needs Abortion

- One of the most important philosophical issues ever concerns the definition of a person and who is able to feel. Abortion, which is a deliberate termination of pregnancy, is one of the most important practical applications of that issue. Life on Earth is threatened with destruction from overpopulation and the poverty that overpopulation causes. Fortunately, abortion can prevent overpopulation. The question about whether abortion should be done is primarily the question about whether the embryo or fetus is a person....   [tags: Pro Abortion Essays]

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A World Without Mathematics

- According to teachers for as long as any can remember, one cannot survive in this world without mathematics, yet thousands in the United States alone cannot grasp mathematics, cannot learn mathematics because of “Dyscalculia” (also called Dyscalcula). Dyscalculia is a term meaning "specific learning disability in mathematics." People who suffer with a poor memory for all things mathematical have many other symptoms and characteristics. Taken as a whole, these coexisting conditions comprise what is termed as "the dyscalculia syndrome." Dyscalculia is an MLD (mathematics learning disability) that affects approximately ten percent of the US population, yet almost no one (sh...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451

- Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 Both Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 portray hedonistic societies. The inhabitants of both societies seek to enjoy themselves for as much of the time as possible, however only citizens in Brave New World are truly happy. This leads to the conclusion that humans can never be truly happy, according to the authors, as their natural selves. The people in Brave New World enjoy themselves with promiscuous sex, complicated sports, movies called feelies that engage all the senses, and excessive use of the mind-altering drug called soma....   [tags: Brave World Fahrenheit 451 Essays]

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Suffragists' Encounter of Much Resistance to Peaceful Adaptation of Female Equality

- Suffragists' Encounter of Much Resistance to Peaceful Adaptation of Female Equality In the 1900's, women were considered as useless and were seen as outcasts in this world; their jobs seemed to be to look after the family, doing the household tasks and to serve their men. Gradually during the late part of the 19th Century and increasingly throughout the 20th Century, the issue of the women having the vote was becoming a major one. During this period, only the men were being educated and the men thought that they were too fragile to work in labour and so thought that they should stay in the home....   [tags: Free Essays]

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A Comparison of I Remember, I Remember and To the Virgins to Make Much of Time

- A Comparison of I Remember, I Remember and To the Virgins to Make Much of Time As humans we all face the passing of time and inevitably death but how each person deals with this is different. This essay will compare and contrast two poems, called ‘I remember, I remember’, and ‘to the virgins, to make much of time’. A comparative essay will illustrate how differently different people can experience life, yet how connected we all are through this experience we share. Both of these poems deal with the theme of youth and looking back in wisdom, a regret for the passing of time and a longing for it return....   [tags: Papers]

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Comparing Katharina, of The Taming of the Shrew and Beatrice of Much Ado About Nothing

- Comparing Shakespeare’s Katharina, of The Taming of the Shrew and Beatrice, of Much Ado About Nothing Shakespeare’s Katharina, of The Taming of the Shrew and Beatrice, of Much Ado About Nothing, are very similar characters.  Each is plagued with unrequited love, and depressed by their inability to woo the suitor of their choosing.  Neither will accept the passive female role expected by society. Yet, both women seem to accept their role as wife by the conclusion.  Upon further examination, one will find that Beatrice is a much more complex character.  One would have to agree with the critic who said, "Katharina is a character sketched in bold, rapid stokes, with none of Beatrice's sophisti...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Comparing Forgiveness and Marriage in Much Ado, All's Well, and Measure for Measure

- Forgiveness and Marriage in Much Ado about Nothing, All's Well That Ends Well, and Measure for Measure      Shakespeare never does manage to make the journey to the end of his comic plays an easy one for his characters or his audience, and as his comedies evolve, the journey becomes even more difficult. Tragic elements and more psychologically complex characters increase the intensity of the ending and often make a reader or viewer question if there will be a happy ending at all. Specific male characters in three plays act as impediments to this comic ending, often prompted by a villainous character and sometimes by their own doing....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Men Who Knew Two Much A Compairson of Hitchocks Classic Original and Remake

- The Men Who Knew Two Much A Compairson of Hitchocks Classic Original and Remake Many works of art can be considered artifacts that hold volumes of information regarding the culture of the people that created them and the historical context in which they lived. Films are also treasures of culture, filled with clues and insights into the attitudes and perceptions of the people of the day. While documentary films obviously present a historical record of people and events, dramatic fictional movies can also reveal the same....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Theme of Deception in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

- The Theme of Deception in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare It is clearly visible from the plot in Much Ado about Nothing that deception plays a large role in the social structure of Messina, the city in which the play is set. However, there is a clear distinction between the types of deception used. Malicious deception is used to shatter people's lives whereas benign deception is used to enrich the lives of others. In Act 1, Scene 1 we witness the 'skirmish of wit' between Beatrice and Benedick....   [tags: Papers]

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Viola and Beatrice in Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing

-       Viola and Beatrice both take on men's roles, Viola that of a manservant and Beatrice that of the perpetual bachelor and the clown: "I was born to speak all mirth and no matter," she says to Don Pedro [II.i.343-4]. They appear to be actors and manipulators, much more so than their female predecessors, who are mostly reactive and manipulated, such as Hermia, Helena, Titania, and Gertrude. None of these women seemed in charge of her own destiny, but tricked by the schemes of men and later scorned or humiliated as a result of male machinations....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Brave New World

- Brave New World Final 1.) The Savage Reservation is similar to the Utopia world in several ways. They both have drugs that are designed to calm people down. Soma, used in the Utopia and mescal used in the Reservation. They both also have a separation within their own society. The Utopia has social castes and the reservation has separation between the men and women, the men having more power. The two worlds also both have ceremonies. The Utopia has the orgy porgy ceremony in which everyone gathers around and has an orgy, hence the name....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Exemplification Essay: War and World Peace

- World Peace is something that will never happen. Too many countries have too much military power and don't want to give in to any other country. War is something that the world is going to have to deal with because there has been very few years over the history of the world that have been war free. Like one quote by an unknown author says, "Peace is rare: less than 8% of the time since the beginning of recorded time has the world been entirely at peace. In a total of 3530 years, 286 have been warless....   [tags: Expository Exemplification Essays]

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Brave New World: Imperfect Science

- The world was in utter shambles when Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World. It was the middle of the depression, unemployment was high and the stock market low. It was the age of sterilizing the mentally ill, and the age of mass manufacturing by machines. Scientific progress was on the rise, and Henry Ford was considered a savior. Huxley's imaginary world of scientific perfection was far from perfect. The texture of his imaginary world is nearer to nightmare that to heaven on earth (Watts 72). In creating the prophecy, New World State, scientific evolution, in trying to create a superior society, is only as perfect as its' creator....   [tags: American Literature]

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