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Brave New World


Book Description
The world of Bernard Marx & Lenina Crowne is one where human beings are brewed from test tubes and the conditioned to accept the duties of their predestined castes in society. Art, morality, religion, love, pain are things of the past and exist among the savages in the remote New Mexican reservation.
Book Information
PublisherMusic For Pleasure Ltd.
BindingAudio Cassette (199 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10B004WPI9SY
Publication Date/1979
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About Aldous Huxley (Author) : Aldous Huxley is a published adapter and an author of young adult books. Some of the published credits of Aldous Huxley include Crome Yellow (Unabridged), Brave New World (Unabridged).
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About Edward Woodward (Narrator) : Edward Woodward is a published narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Edward Woodward include The Thirteen Clocks, The Jewel That Was Ours: An Inspector Morse Mystery.
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Reader Comments
5/19/2020 Nomi kareem said:
There is no indication of the actual date of printing, just the exact original cover page from the 1932 edition, and continuing from there. I need paper now for them. Even the dust jacket only has original definitions, the only dif... more

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10/7/2009 Sharon Koontz said: 10311
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6/28/2009 Rachel Mallory said: Please read this book! This is my favorite book of all time. It really makes you contemplate the way we have been socialized and ask or our society - why?
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6/22/2009 julia b tagged as: I recommend, I read

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10/25/2008 Angela Mann said: 10311
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2/18/2008 Karen Wenborn said: Humour, pathos - fantastic story relevant even as decades pass.

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