Nineteen fifty five alice walker essay

Excerpted from Chomp Copyright © 2012 by Carl Hiaasen. Excerpted by permission of Knopf, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Knopf 2012

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Sorry but I have to argue. We are living in Brave New World, and instead of making Ford a God we are making Steve Jobs. In Huxley´s book really not any information was censored, just people don’t think that it was important. Tecnology was all for them, like now (i don’t know anyone that don’t want an Iphone). Clothes aren’t fixed cuase they just buy new ones, like in our world. Each thing is descartable. They were learnt to live in a consumism world and don’t question it, like now. They are taught to be happy doing things that are predetemited for them, separating them in castas (alpha, beta, etc), like now we want a poor happy of being poor. Sorry Bill but I think that you live on a buble.

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