Comparison Essay Between 1984 and Bnw
Human interests play a major role in the agreeability of a society. Dystopias, in some cases, can actually be seen as utopias if one has been conditioned to believe it is, as seen in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. However, if conditioning fails, or, is not exercised, even utopias can very easily become dystopias, such as in George Orwell's 1984. Therefore, what one views as a dystopia, another could easily see as a utopia, and vice versa.
Huxley's Brave New World and Orwell's 1984 are in many ways, very similar. Both novels incorporate class of people who only exist on the outside edge of the society, which the authors use to compare between societies which they believe we …show more content…
In Huxley's Brave New World, sex is encouraged to ensure the citizens live a life of promiscuity, and reproduction is taken over by machines. The citizens of this world state are conditioned continuously to prevent any feelings from even occurring, a prime example in this case being Lenina, a young girl, whose head is filled with the suggestions of the World