Im finding Brave New World boring, its not my type of book but its whatever, the book is about a modern society where technology is really important and ideologies are really different from ours. In that place there is a factory where they produce humans, clones, all are the same and divided into different “classes”, Alpha’s, Beta’s, etc. But these clones are taught differently then what you would think, they are taught that having sex with everyone is ok, they are taught that nature isnt good, they are taught that falling in love isnt accepted in their society, and so on. For example, this quote really stuck with me.
Primroses and landscapes, he pointed out, have one grave defect: they are gratuitous. A love of nature keeps no factories busy. It was decided to abolish the love of nature, at any rate among the lower classes.
Here it’s said that flowers and landscapes and nature itself should be abolished, it isnt ok, and that’s whats taught, that nature isnt ok and they shouldnt like it, I wonder in the end what it will lead to and what the final outcome of this book will be.