Brave New World eNotes Teaching Guide
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This guide highlights some of the most salient aspects of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World before you begin teaching. While it has some challenging content—overt sexuality, drug use, and suicide—teaching this text to your class will be rewarding for you and your students. Studying Brave New World will give them unique insight into social organization, free will, and important themes surrounding the roles of science, technology, and centralized government in civilization.
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