During huxleys writing of this novel in the early

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and draws parallels from the time in which Huxley lived while writing this book. During Huxley’s writing of this novel in the early 1900s, the world began to see the rise of dictatorships and totalitarian governments. Much like the World State, these governments stripped people of their individuality in order to maintain stability. They would ridicule their past systems in order to maintain compliance in their societies, and had no tolerance for outliers. Dictators played the role of World Controllers, manipulating the minds of their people for the benefit of the government. Stability at the cost of individuality.
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Del Castillo 3 Works Cited Huxley, Aldous. Brave New World . Perennial-Harper, 2006
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Del Castillo 4 Rubric: 45-50 A 40-44 B 35-39 C 30-34 D Argument is compelling & cohesive; Analysis is insightful and provides interesting discussion of literature; few or no grammar or stylistic issues Argument is present, but wording may not be exact; Analysis is present but may stagnate on same point; some grammar or stylistic issues Argument is present but needs development or clarification; Analysis present, but not always clear or with some plot points; many grammar or stylistic issues Argument is extremely confusing or a statement; more statements than analytical discussion; too many grammar or stylistic issues
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