Brave New World: Aldous Huxley
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Brave New World is a classic novel written by Aldous Huxley. Set in the future, this book portrays a society where each person's life is visibly controlled by the views that they have been taught since they were decanted out of their bottles. This book is set in England, and explains the process each individual takes in accordance to their place in the social order. It is a book that focuses a great deal on the problems Huxley saw in society, and his views on what might happen to the world if the characteristics he saw were allowed to mature. The theme of this book is the ?advancement of science as it affects human individuals.? It is about a revolution that takes place within each person, a resignation to live within the happiness of the servitude that they have been bound to.
[...] These virtues are exactly what the new world is against. He plays an important role in the book, and helped reveal the faults of the new society. John always brought up new ideas that went against what both societies said. He was rejected in both of the societies because of his background, and he only wanted to search for truth to find a reason to live to find honor. Throughout this book he had to keep trying to prove himself. [...]
[...] intoxication of success had evaporated.? Lenina, meanwhile has been feeling so confused, she notices a new emotion love. Because she knows that John would not her, she decides to take matters into her own hands and seduce him, but the plan backfires, and he realizes that he will not be able to ask her just by asking, so he turns to violence, and in his rage, he hurts her. While she is hiding in the bathroom, he receives word that his mother is dying. [...]