Brave New World, Aldous Huxley carefully chose the names of his characters to reflect their political connotations. As his characters struggle with the inherent problems with their "utopian" society, the character names constantly remind the reader of important political, economic, and social figures. As such, Huxley's use of character names like Bernard Marx, Lenina Crowe, and Benito Hoover reflects Huxley's concern over the types of methods used to control individuals in modern society.

In Brave New World, Huxley explores a society set in the future. The novel expresses Huxley's fear that mankind would create a utopia that ultimately gave away everything that makes life worth living. In Huxley's Brave New World, society is peaceful, and there is little disease poverty or social unrest. This comes at a price, however, as citizens of this world have given up family, art, love, science, religion, history, and individual thought.

Huxley's novel was first...
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