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by Aldous Huxley
Call them goodies, epiphanies, illuminations, news, the following are three "goodies" concerning the "new world" towards which we are moving quickly and at full sail. Or rather that "Brave New World" of which the English writer Aldous Huxley speaks in his futuristic book, published in 1932, ...
I have already had the opportunity to talk about this book (which my father had in his small library in the thirties) when, in a short post, at the beginning of this year, I mentioned the great changes we were, are, and will continue to make. A book that I invite you to read for free on the w...
Two women decide to get married and have a child. One is fertile, the other is not. They go to a sperm bank and the fertile one gets inseminated. A baby girl is born, they grow her up with affection until they decide to separate. They appear in front of the judge to whom they ask for the assi...
This is the scenario of the "brave new world". The title Aldous Huxley chose for his book sounds ironic and sarcastic, as it is taken from a passage from William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". In this tragedy Miranda, son of the magician Prospero, marvels at the beauty and extraordinary nature ...
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Animal Farm is a novel about a group of animals who take control of the farm they live on. The animals get fed up of their master, Farmer Jones, so they kick him out. ... The novel ends with the pigs behaving and even dressing like the humans the animals tried to get rid of in the first place.
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