In the book Brave New World by aldous huxley...?
Is the Ford they refer to the founder of the for car company in detroit? Make of the model T ect.?
lol im almost to the end of the book, it makes me appreciate instability lol
yay woo-hoo i thought so thnx
- charmingchattyLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, Aldous Huxley uses the "Our Ford" as a salute to Henry Ford the inventor of the assembly line. Huxeley was fascinated by Ford and his place of power in America.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
I don't think so but I'd like some soma please :)) Great book and story.