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Brave New World

Brave New World contains many archetypes in many different characters. Archetypes are an idea that Carl Jung, a well-known psychologist, came up with. Archetypes are the type of person you are and it comes from you unconscious. You can be several archetypes and they can change many times. But to talk about all of them would take to long, so I am going to focus on two specific archetypes the orphan and the seeker. The archetype of the orphan is shown very well threw John. The archetype of the...

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Brave New World - Dystopia

societal norms, or political systems. The society in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is divided in a caste system, in which humans are not individuals, do not have the opportunity to be individuals, and never experience true happiness. These characteristics of the reading point towards a well-structured society; a society where the government controls the people to create “perfection”, robbing them of their freedoms, in other words Brave New World is, with no doubt, written in a dystopian mindset. ...

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Marxism and Brave New World

Theory Analysis- Marxism - Based on “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley In the story “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley, one can see that the author truly wishes his readers to analyze the book via the subsets of Marxism. The first and foremost rationale of the text lending itself to a Marxist analysis comes from the symbolism portrayed by the surname of the main character in the book. Bernard Marx seems to be such a unique and peculiar name that one can with certainty assume that there must be...

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Brave New World

Mrs. Monte English 101- Period 2 8/20/12 Brave New World Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, demonstrates that use of technology that we use today. Comparing the book to society today, in 632 A.F. The government had owned all of the new studies, almost too much of the experiments. It had way too much control over the social lives of the natural citizens. Every new body that is born becomes of the governments liking, which leaves “natural” child birth out of the picture. It is known as...

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Brave New World Response

Brave New World                                                                                               Paola Padilla By: Aldous Huxley                                                                                      Honors English 10 Genre: Science Fiction/ Dystopian August 30, 2013 Reading Response Journal “Stability,” said the Controller, “stability. No civilization without social stability. No social stability without individual stability.” (Huxley, 42) We are reading the...

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Brave New World

as a world in the future where sexual interaction is the closest aspect of a community? Is it true that the people in this society are unable to choose what they want, due to the fact that they are genetically controlled of who they are? Or to eliminate someone’s sadness by just taking one drop of a drug can automatically make them feel better? Welcome to Brave New World. The motto of Brave New World consists of three words; community, identity, stability. These words create and conditions new human...

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The Island and Brave New World

separately under the earth in an old military site, where they have no acces to the real world. They have been told that they are the only survivors of a catastrophy that contaminated the whole world. They live separately under the observation of Dr. Merrick, the unscrupulous chief of the organisation. The clones are used for their original human being, who is called their “sponsor”, when he or she gets sick and needs a new organ or the feminine clones can be used involuntarily as a surrogate mother. The...

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On the themes of Brave New World

Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World addresses the theme of identity in a myriad of different many ways. Huxley addresses the issue of identity from the very beginning of the novel, opening with a description of how they create 96 identical humans through a process of splitting one fertilized egg called ‘Bokanovsky’s Process’. Proceeding to talk about the ‘creation’ of humans via an in vitro process involving manipulating them to like or dislike certain conditions depending on their predestined place...

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Brave New World

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley ‘‘The overalls of the workers were white, their hands gloved with a pale corpse-coloured rubber. The light was frozen, dead, a ghost. Only from the yellow barrels of the microscopes did it borrow a certain rich and living substance, lying along the polished tubes like butter, streak after luscious streak in long recession down the work tables’’ (Huxley 8). 1. This is the narrator describing the uniform of the Conditioning Centre. 2. Everything in the centre was...

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Outsiders in Brave New World

are a very common theme in the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Many characters show traits of an outsider. John is one character who fits the bill. He is the ultimate outsider. Other outsiders in the book are Bernard and Linda. All of these characters have traits that make it difficult for them to “fit in” to the society of the New World. They don’t fit in a conforming society. These three characters are perfect examples of outsiders in Brave New World. Bernard is an outsider who doesn’t...

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