Brave New World Revisited is a classic so much so that, although it was written in 1958, it is still being read and admired today. The accompaniment to Aldous Huxley's equally brilliant Brave New World moves on from the analysis of scientific dictatorship that in 1932, when it was published, seemed so far-fetched as to be impossible. We all know just how prophetic that novel came to be.
Huxley used his knowledge of human relations to compare the modern world with the world he envisioned. Far ahead of his time, he was worrying about man being humanity’s worst threat via such things as overpopulation, propaganda, and chemical persuasion. Brave New World Revisited has a message that is as timely today as it was when Huxley wrote it: that humankind must educate itself for freedom before it is too late.
Brave New World Revisited has such a powerful message that needs to be heard. Read it and tell your friends to as well.