• Satire Writing vs. Factual Writing: A Comparison of Brave New World and All Quiet on the Western Front (Contains Bibliography)

     

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Published: 04.01.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
  • Essays 'Satire Writing vs. Factual Writing: A Comparison of Brave New World and All Quie', 1.
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Extract

Brave New World is arguably Aldous Huxley's most popular novel. Published in 1932 Brave New World has enjoyed immense popularity throughout three generations, and has been printed 27 times in the United States alone. All Quiet on the Western Front is Erich Maria Remarque's most popular novel, selling one million copies during it's first year of print (1928), as well as being translated into English and French within that same year. Both authors based their books on first hand experiences. Huxley's trip to America in 1926 led to the satirically drenched distopic environment of Brave New Wor…

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