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Brave New World  has been called a "novel of ideas," because Huxley takes as his primary focus for  the fiction the contrast and clash of different assumptions and theories rather than merely the conflict  of personalities. In  Brave New World Revisited , Huxley dispenses with the fictional construct  altogether and lets the ideas themselves form and inform his work. In a sense, then, Huxley opened  his debate about the future in fiction — for artistic purposes — and then continued it in philosophy  with persuasion in mind. Part of Huxley's reason for "revisiting" the themes of  Brave New World  stems from his horrified  recognition that the world he created in fiction was in fact becoming a reality. In the depths of the  Cold War, a totalitarian world state — a Communist dictatorship, perhaps — seemed a distinct 
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