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100 1 0 _aHuxley, Aldous,
_d1894-1963.
_9409555
245 1 0 _aBrave new world :
_bwith the essay "Brave new world revisited" /
_cAldous Huxley ; foreword by Christopher Hitchens.
246 3 0 _aBrave new world revisited
250 _a1st Harper Perennial Modern Classics deluxe ed.
260 _aNew York :
_bHarper Perrenial Modern Classics,
_c[2010].
300 _axxi, 340, 22 p. ;
_c24 cm.
500 _aFirst work originally published: New York : Harper, [1932]. 2nd work originally published: New York : Harper, [1958].
500 _a"A hardcover edition of this book was published in 2004 by HarperCollins."--T.p. verso.
520 _aHuxley's vision of the future comes to life in his astonishing 1931 novel Brave New World--a world of tomorrow in which capitalist civilization has been reconstituted through the most efficient scientific and psychological engineering--and its sequel, written thirty years after his classic novel of the future, in which Huxley describes the shocking scientific devices and techniques available to any group in a position to manipulate society.
650 0 _aPassivity (Psychology)
_vFiction.
_9317150
650 0 _aCollectivism
_vFiction.
_9317151
650 0 _aPsychological fiction.
_9398122
650 0 _aGenetic engineering
_xFiction.
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650 0 _aPolitical fiction.
_979270
650 0 _aTotalitarianism
_vFiction.
_9317152
700 1 _aHuxley, Aldous,
_d1894-1963.
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