by Aldous Huxley


Aldous Huxley's Brave New World is a dystopian classic that all too presciently warns about the oppressive danger an unchecked totalitarian society can place on an individual's pursuit of freedom, meaning and purpose. But his last novel, Island, is an intriguing exploration of a utopian society. The book's cynical war-correspondent protagonist is shipwrecked on a Polynesian island, largely-isolated from outside influences, which has developed a culture that places freedom, happiness, fulfillment and spiritual growth over materialism. Although he had secretly been hired to help facilitate the exploitation of the island's untapped oil reserves, which would ultimately destroy this utopian paradise, his experiences on the Island cause him to examine his inner life and help transform his jaded view of human potential and his place in the world.

by Aldous Huxley
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Other Utopian Fiction Titles

Utopia (Thomas More) 1516
Looking Backward (Edward Bellamy) 1888
A Modern Utopia (H.G. Wells) 1905
Herland (Charlotte Perkins Gilman) 1915
Island (Aldous Huxley) 1962
Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia (George Zebrowski) 1979
The Songs of Distant Earth (Arthur C. Clarke) 1986
The Secret of Shambhala (James Redfield) 2001
I Have Seen The Promised Land (David Adams) 2009
One Day In Peace (Robert Alan Silverstein) 2013
Mom Saves The Universe (B. P. Meinhardt) 2014
Pangaea: A Utopian Fantasy (A.J. Questerly) 2015
A Tale of Two Islands (Bruce Castle) 2016

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