Edited Forword to Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (1946)
A collection of commentary on Brave New World
A guide to the five castes in Brave New World
The major political and social influences shaping the world in 1931, when Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World.
The use of language, emotional engineering and self-expression.
The significance of the zipper in Huxley's novel. Also, how do you think fashion will look in the future?
Create all or a selection of propagranda slogans from the novel and consider the meaning behind statements
Create a caste system in the classroom, getting students to divide into groups listed in the novel.
Writing challenge: Can you write a Brave New Ending to your own imagined version of Brave New World? We want you to pen your final scene lasting no more than five minutes.
Deadline: 31 December 2015Read more and submit your final scene on our project page.
'As with writing any scene, I'd want to figure out how it was going to be dramatic, where the conflict was coming from, what the characters wanted and how I would make it work in five pages'