Brave New World

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Brave New World

Aldous Huxley’s grim picture of the future, where scientific and social developments have turned life into a tragic travesty. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 79]

Brave New World

picture of world’s condition 600 years from now. [Br. Lit.: Brave New World]
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This simpler affair is conducted without Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson.
Huxley transformed Marx into a smallish man with a large inferiority complex; he transferred Bernard's original physique and potential for rebellion to Helmholtz Watson.
When Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson cannot find the Savage, they sense a crisis developing.
One year later in Brave New World Helmholtz Watson seeks mystical union in the silence of the island on which he is exiled, foreshadowing Huxley's utopian Island with its bright colors and transcendent Clear Light -- the unity of all things.