Brave New World, novel by Aldous Huxleypublished in The book presents a nightmarish vision of a future society. The novel examines a futuristic society, called the World State, that revolves around science and efficiency.
He was the second youngest of eight children of George Huxley and Rachel Withers. Like some other British scientists of the nineteenth century such as Alfred Russel WallaceHuxley was brought up in a literate middle-class family which had fallen on hard times. His father was a mathematics teacher at Ealing School until it closed,  putting the family into financial difficulties.
As a result, Thomas left school at age 10, after only two years of formal schooling. He became one of the great autodidacts of the nineteenth century.
In his teens he taught himself Germaneventually becoming fluent and used by Charles Darwin as a translator of scientific material in German.
He learned Latinand enough Greek to read Aristotle in the original. Huxley, aged 21 Later on, as a young adult, he made himself an expert, first on invertebratesand later on vertebratesall self-taught.
He was skilled in drawing and did many of the illustrations for his publications on marine invertebrates. In his later debates and writing on science and religion his grasp of theology was better than most of his clerical opponents. Huxley, a boy who left school at ten, became one of the most knowledgeable men in Britain.
Here Thomas would have seen poverty, crime and rampant disease at its worst. Now 16, Huxley entered Sydenham College behind University College Hospitala cut-price anatomy school whose founder, Marshall Halldiscovered the reflex arc. All this time Huxley continued his programme of reading, which more than made up for his lack of formal schooling.
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He was a fine teacher, up-to-date in physiology and also an ophthalmic surgeon. No doubt remembering this, and of course knowing his merit, later in life Huxley organised a pension for his old tutor. At twenty he passed his First M. However, he did not present himself for the final Second M.
His apprenticeships and exam results formed a sufficient basis for his application to the Royal Navy. He had references on character and certificates showing the time spent on his apprenticeship and on requirements such as dissection and pharmacy.
Sir William Burnett, the Physician General of the Navy, interviewed him and arranged for the College of Surgeons to test his competence by means of a viva voce.
The Rattlesnake left England on 3 December and, once they had arrived in the southern hemisphere, Huxley devoted his time to the study of marine invertebrates.
Both before and after the voyage Forbes was something of a mentor to Huxley. Huxley united the Hydroid and Sertularian polyps with the Medusae to form a class to which he subsequently gave the name of Hydrozoa.
The connection he made was that all the members of the class consisted of two cell layers, enclosing a central cavity or stomach. This is characteristic of the phylum now called the Cnidaria.
He compared this feature to the serous and mucous structures of embryos of higher animals.
When at last he got a grant from the Royal Society for the printing of plates, Huxley was able to summarise this work in The Oceanic Hydrozoa, published by the Ray Society in In the following year, at the age of twenty-six, he not only received the Royal Society Medal but was also elected to the Council.
The Admiralty retained him as a nominal assistant-surgeon, so he might work on the specimens he collected and the observations he made during the voyage of the Rattlesnake. It and the Ascidians are both, as Huxley showed, tunicatestoday regarded as a sister group to the vertebrates in the phylum Chordata.
He wrote up the voyage in the standard Victorian two volume format.
Huxley retired inafter a bout of depressive illness which started in Finally, inhe died of a heart attack after contracting influenza and pneumoniaand was buried in North London at St Marylebone. No invitations were sent out, but two hundred people turned up for the ceremony; they included Joseph Dalton HookerWilliam Henry FlowerMulford B.
Noel Huxley —died aged 4. Jessie Oriana Huxley —married architect Fred Waller in Marian Huxley —married artist John Collier in Leonard Huxley —married Julia Arnold.Contact About Links: Search results Found matching titles: Homeward Songs by the Way A.E.
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Aldous Huxley's tour de force Brave New World is a darkly satiric vision of a 'utopian' future - where humans are genetically bred and pharmaceutically anesthesized to passively serve a ruling order. A powerful work of speculative fiction that has enthralled and terrified readers for generations, it remains remarkably relevant to this day as both a warning to be heeded as we head into tomorrow.
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Contents Foreword I Over-Population II Quantity, Quality, Morality III Over-Organization IV Propaganda in a Democratic Society V Propaganda Under a Dictatorship VI The Arts of Selling VII Brainwashing VIII Chemical Persuasion IX Subconscious Persuasion X Hypnopaedia XI Education for Freedom XII What Can Be Done?.
"Community, Identity, Stability" is the motto of Aldous Huxley's utopian World State. Here everyone consumes daily grams of soma, to fight depression, babies are born in laboratories, and the most popular form of entertainment is a "Feelie," a movie that stimulates the senses of sight, hearing, and touch.
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He rebels but fails, driven to suicide.