This was Huxley's first novel and certainly doesn't have the quality or depth of later works. However, there are hints at various points throughout the novel, to topics such as discrimination, social stratification and eugenics which form the basis of Brave New World. Huxley's crafted use of the English language may appear rather twee in 2013 but should serve as an example to the current generation, many of whom seem capable of only dreadful 'text speak' and don't seem to understand the first thing about grammar, syntax, spelling or punctuation. This is quality writing we can all aspire to.
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