Brave New World
Required reading by many schools throughout the country, "Brave New World" is a brilliant work of fiction, as readable and pertinent today as it was over 65 years ago. Huxley's tone of semi-serious alarm and focus on specific philosophical and ethical controversies has remained amazingly contemporary -- indeed, many would argue that the future he portrayed is right here in our own society. As read by British actor Michael York, this unabridged audio edition of the book is both timely and absolutely captivating.
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Review: Brave New WorldUser Review - Leslie - Cosmox
As and Englishman, cnuterrly in Portugal, I have been able to view Scotland in a more positive frame of mind. Scotland have been sooooooo unlucky and have played some of the best rugby of this 6N and ... Read full review
Not the book you think it isUser Review - The Bad Book Burner - Borders
The message from Brave New World isn't one of political intrigue or anything at all like 1984. No, the message is a warning against the effects of a caste system, of creating an elite class. It's ... Read full review