1. One of the obvious projects for a group discussing Brave New World would be to compare it to George Orwell's novel 1984.
2. Examine the novel for its prophetic qualities. In what ways did Huxley in the early nineteen-thirties anticipate things available now?
3. Also in what ways was Huxley overly pessimistic or optimistic about scientific progress over the last sixty years?
4. Huxley came to regret that he gave only two alternatives for his characters to follow within the novel, primitivism or modernism, and wished that he had made the choices more...
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