‘Brave New World’, when an hedonistic vision changes in a distopian depressing reality

When Aldous Huxley wrote ‘Brave New World’ he was particularly impressed by the assembly-line in Henry Ford’s industry. He realized that this vision of work and the relationship among the men it proposed could be an apparent solution to the many risks of unemployment, but he understood also the dangers of a society based on individualism and on the dream of an eternal happiness. The research … Continua a leggere ‘Brave New World’, when an hedonistic vision changes in a distopian depressing reality