Caitrin Nicol, "Brave New World at 75"

(from The New Atlantis, Spring 2007)

"It is easy to imagine that we see the shadows of our society in Huxley's vision of the future. But could it be that our insistence on seeing Huxley's book as an exceedingly successful prophecy actually prevents us from recognizing its real insight? Is there a way for us to understand the book free of the great distorting influence of our own times?" That's what Caitrin Nicol accomplishes in this essay which combines a survey of contemporary reviews of Brave New World with some thoughtful reflections on happiness and freedom. Read by Ken Myers. 44 minutes. $2.

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    "Brave New World at 75" by Caitrin Nicol. Read by Ken Myers.