INTP = "The Thinker" =Traits: Abstract, rational, ingenious, independent ~~~ Book: This type is the most likely to enjoy reading up on philosophy, as they think very abstractly (see: Mr. Ramsay from "To the Lighthouse"). Huxley's blend of scientific insights and social commentary in the classic book, "Brave New World" would probably appeal to them.

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“Oh, Brave New World, that has such people in it”–Miranda, The Tempest, Act 5 Scene 1 Published in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a seminal dystopian novel. The time is the cen…

Aldous Huxley's Brave New World -- From iMDB: "In a future society based on pleasure without moral worries, love is prohibited but casual sex, now called 'engaging', is strongly encouraged. Everyone is kept happy with a legal drug, soma. People are hatched and cloned on conveyor belts to meet the requirements of five different social classes, from ruling Alphas to robot-like Epsilons."

"Brave New World" is an American television film first shown in An adaptation of the novel with the same name by Aldous Huxley, it was directed by Burt Brinckerhoff for Universal Television and first shown on NBC on 7 March 1980

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Brief: redesign the classic book by Aldous Huxley and create 3 book illustrations for various scenes from the story.

Read this, read 1984, and read Fahrenheit 451, and then look at the world we live in. Read them and think...

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Brave New World, Aldous Huxley – 1966 reprint. The cover shows Mechanical Element (Elément mécanique, by the French artist Fernand Léger, at the Musée National d'Art Moderne in Paris.

A student designed this book cover for course work. A gruesomely fitting image.

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stars ==> of "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley For Quarterly Classics book club. I loved this book and the premise of it. Definitely took a bit to get into it, but the story was fascinating. We had a great discussion.

1.This is the brave new word. It was a time peirod in the future where everything is perfect. It is where everyone is happy, young and works only seven hour shifts everyday. The twist in the book is when Bernard brings home a savage form his trip with Lenina from mexico.

"Brave New World" Movie poster the second poster out of the four. I designed the poster to be high contrast between the face and the mouth.