Brainwashing constituents in Aldous Huxley's brave new worldand George Orwell's nineteen eighty-four
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Author/sRodríguez Pastor, Carolina
Advisor/sGómez López, Jesús Isaías
Brave New Worldand Nineteen Eighty-Fourare some of the best examples of dystopian novels in the twentieth century. Following the definition given by Gregory Claeys in his chapter, The origins of dystopia: Wells, Huxley and Orwell, 'dystopia' is often used interchangeably with 'anti-utopia' or 'negative utopia', by contrast to utopia or 'eutopia' (good place), to describe a fictional portrayal of a society in which evil, or negative social and political developments, have theupper hand, or as a satire of utopian aspirations which attempts to show up their fallacies. According to the distinction made by Jorge.
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