Brave New World Free Audiobook Download by Aldous Huxley

The novel begins in London, the capital of an unnamed country, where several people are discussing their favorite books and movies as they ride a carriage through London. The narrator, who is never identified by name, tells them that one day he watched a movie called "Brav" which was about an English explorer in colonial America who starts to question the society he lives in. He then uses his own observations and experiences as a microcosm for the society at large.

James Henry Oxtoby is the narrator of Brave New World, the fact that Michael York does the narration makes this a unique audiobook. In some parts of the book, it's easy to get lost in the language and tone, but if you enjoy Huxley's work as much as I do, then you will also appreciate when York provides more clarity in his narration.

Brave New World is a dystopian novel written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley. The story follows a young London schoolboy named John, who visits a world of happiness and contentment where people are conditioned to live comfortable lives. As he watches John grow and evolve the reader learns more about this perfect society, which is controlled by an omnipotent central figure known only as "The Controller."

Brave New World is a novel written by Aldous Huxley. It depicts a dystopian society in which people are conditioned through conditioning centres to be docile, efficient workers and consumers, who live in isolated social classes and who do not breed or even have children.

Aldous Huxley's classic dystopian novel tells the story of an all-controlling world, dedicated to the principle that "soma" is the key to happiness. The novel presents a society divided into three classes: soma-injecting Elites, soma-addicted Slaves and pureblood Citizens, who are born and bred for their brains. The play on words "Brave New World" has been adopted by different groups with different meanings: New World Order (the term applied derisively to the government of George W. Bush during his tenure in office), Braveheart (the 1995 film starring Mel Gibson as William Wallace and Diana Rigg as Queen Elizabeth I) or even Braveheart itself (the 1993 movie starring Gibson as

Aldous Huxley's novel, Brave New World, is a dystopian novel that describes the society in which a group of people are raised in complete isolation from the outside world, except for the rare opportunity to be let out of their "conditioning enclosures." The group are raised in a society where they've been genetically engineered for conformity and docility.

Published Date 2008-01-16
Duration 7 hours 59 minutes
Author Aldous Huxley
Narrated Michael York
(292 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Classics

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