Chapter 1 in brave new world, Huxley provides the necessary exposition by having the expert explain the situation to the novice who knows little about it. Specifically, the director is explaining the activities of the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning center to a group of students. At the start of the novel, why do you think the reader is not told directly what is being hatched?
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Answered by Aslan
I think there Huxley wants the reader to interpret this through indirect presentation and subtle text reference. It gives the fact that they are hatching human beings more power.