The Novel, “Brave New World,” by Aldous Huxley demonstrated that in this new World State, Identity is lost. “Everyone belongs to everyone” is one saying that is repeated throughout the book by civilians who were taught this lesson when they were children through hypnopaedia. In this world, humans are created in a factory and given certain ingredients, so to say, to fashion them to fit into their group of the caste system used. There are five groups and each are represented by color and each group had certain jobs. It is easy to say that not one person will stick out because i turn, they are supposed to be all the same. But three men are irritated with how they are not able to live how they want and pursue to specify who they truly are inside.
Bernard, an Alpha, is not the same as all the other Alphas. It is rumored that something happened when he was being created and possibly too much alcohol was put in his embryo which made him six inches shorter than everyone else. He felt distant from everyone else because if you are not the same, it is hard to feel like you belong. This alone time gave him the opportunity to think for himself about being free. This kind of thinking was not allowed. Even though Bernard finally started being recognized because he designated himself the savage’s accredited guardian that he brought back to the New World after having a visit to the reservation, it soon went all to his head.
John, the savage, was the so called “son” of the Director and a woman that he had intercourse with. The Director and the woman went to the reservation which is a place where Humans as we know it, continue living, but they are mostly all Indian like. She ended up lost and the Director left, so she had her baby and has been there ever since. John and his mother did not fit in well. John was the only pale man, but he still went to the elders for guidance and answers. When Bernard came, John wanted to go back to the new world with him and so he did. After he...
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