Brave New World audiobook is a narrative that explores the World State, a dystopian society based on scientific evidence and effectiveness. Feelings and originality molded out of youngsters at an early age in this culture and there are no enduring connections since “everyone belongs to everyone else.” In Brave New World audiobook, the author introduces the reader to the world’s class structure. However, embryos designated for the wealthy elite get chemicals that are perfect for them both physically and intellectually, but those intended for the poorer classes were changed to be flawed in both areas. Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Epsilon are the classes, from top to bottom. As a result, Alphas developed to be rulers, whereas Epsilons designed to be lowly workers.
Brave New World audiobook depicts two protagonists in Brave New World, first the unhappy Bernard Marx, and later the outsider John, or “The Savage,” as they challenge the beliefs of the World State.
Brave New World audiobook free portrays a few characters as they go about their existence in London, the purportedly futuristic Utopia State. It is a consumerist and collectivist society with a severe class system. Bernard Marx, a depressed psychotherapist for the Hatchery, assigned on a journey to the New Mexico Reservation, where “savages” reside. Furthermore, a gorgeous fetus specialist, Lenina Crowne accompanied him. They encounter Linda, a former World State resident, and her son John. Linda conceived John through “viviparous” fertilization, which was a controversy in the World State. In Brave New World audiobook free, after Bernard and Lenina brought back the two to London, John becomes the spokesman for the disputes between the Reservation, which still adheres to traditional culture, and the World State’s social democracy.
Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World audiobook.
Aldous Leonard Huxley was born on July 26, 1894, into the renowned Huxley family. He was a philosopher and author from England. He published approximately 50 volumes. It includes both fiction novels and nonfiction works, as well as analyses, tales, and poetry on a wide range of topics.
Huxley received a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Balliol College, Oxford. He began his career by publishing short stories and poems. Similarly, editing the literary journal Oxford Writings, before moving on to travel writings, humor, and screenwriting. He lived the latter portion of his life in the US mostly in Los Angeles. Huxley regarded as one of the most important intellectuals of his generation. He was shortlisted for the Nobel Prize in Literature nine times. The Royal Society of Literature named him a Companion of Literature in 1962.
Huxley was a peace lover. He became involved in intellectual spiritualism and humanism. His writing works like The Perennial Philosophy in 1945, demonstrates connections between West and East religion, and The Doors of Perception in 1954 analyzes his personal experience with mescaline. He portrayed his perspective of dystopia and utopia in his most renowned novel, Brave New World, published in 1932. Moreover, his final work, Island, published in 1962.
He stayed in the United States until his demise, primarily in southern California, but also briefly in Taos, New Mexico. There he authored Ends and Means that published in 1937. Huxley died on November 22, 1963, at the age of 69.
The narrator of Brave New World audiobook is Michael York. Other audiobooks that Michael York has also narrated are The Bounty, The Bull from the Sea, and Fortune’s Favorite.
The length of Brave New World audiobook is 8 hours.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published Brave New World audiobook on 01/16/2008.