One of the achievements of Brave New World is the skill and inventiveness with which Huxley manages to create the technological trappings of his society. Not only Soma, the "feelies," and the Hatchery and Conditioning centers which produced the controlled population but also the little inventions like the games, and the names and the deification of Ford and Marx help establish a fully credible society; one which seems possible based on today's technology. Also, Huxley's world feels psychologically right and his characters more roundly portrayed than in run-of-the-mill science...
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