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1) Huxley describes a utopian society determined by a scientific caste system in which human beings are born artificially on an “assembly line” divided into different categories which determine their function and status.
2) At the top of the hierarchy are the Alphas and the Betas, who represent the most intelligent and physically perfect men and women. Happiness and well-being e guaranteed by the consumption of a drug called “soma”. The protagonist of the story is Bernard Marx, an Alpha-plus man who is dissatisfied with the antiseptic world of civilization.

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    1) Huxley describes a utopian society determined by a scientific caste system in which human beings are born artificially on an “assembly line” and divided into different categories which determine their function and status.

    2) At the top of the hierarchy are the Alphas and the Betas, who represent the most intelligent and physically perfect men and women. Happiness and well-being are guaranteed by the consumption of a drug called “soma”. The protagonist of the story is Bernard Marx, an Alpha-plus man who is dissatisfied with the antiseptic world of civilization.

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