Satire in Brave New World


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In Brave New World, who is used by Huxley to expose the World Controller's lack of concern for high art?

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1. In Brave New World, what word is used to describe Lenina throughout the book?

2. What role does sex have in Brave New World?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet on Brave New World will focus on topics like Huxley's use of characters, the role sex plays in the book, and Huxley's satirical elements.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Specifically, you will be asked questions about:

  • Which character exposes the disregard for high art
  • Lenina's description
  • Sex in Brave New World
  • Where undesirables go in the story
  • The satire of Soma

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about Brave New World's tone in a new way
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about actions and qualities of the book's characters
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding Huxley's use of satire and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Study our corresponding lesson, Satire in Brave New World, if you would like to learn more about this Huxley novel. You can learn more about the following with this lesson:

  • Brave New World's setting
  • Soma, sex, and society
  • Ways in which Huxley uses characters