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  • John Bids Helmholtz And Bernard
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    Brave New World opens in the Central London Hatching and Conditioning Center, where the Director of the Hatchery and Henry Foster are giving a tour to a group of boys. The boys learn about the Bokanovsky Process, which allows the Hatchery to produce thousands of nearly identical human embryos. During the gestation period the embryos travel in bottles along a conveyor belt through a large factory building, and are conditioned to belong to one of five castes: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, or Epsilon....
  • Written Reports From Bernard About John Savage
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    Chapter 1 Summary: The novel is set six hundred years in the future. The world has submitted to domination by World Controllers, whose primary goal is to ensure the stability and happiness of society. Thus the underlying principle of the regime is utilitarianism, or maximizing the overall happiness of the society. The novel begins at the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Center, a production factory for human beings. A group of students is being given a tour of the facilities by the Direc...
  • John And Linda Back To Civilization
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    In the 'Brave New World' of 632 A.F. (After Ford), universal human happiness has been achieved. (Well, almost.) Control of reproduction, genetic engineering, conditioning -- especially via repetitive messages delivered during sleep -- and a perfect pleasure drug called 'Soma' are the cornerstones of the new society. Reproduction has been removed from the womb and placed on the conveyor belt, where reproductive workers tinker with the embryos to produce various grades of human beings, ranging fro...
  • John And Bernard
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    By: Aldous Huxley Brave New World opens in a technically advanced future world. In the beginning of this book, we see the Director of World Hatcheries lead the new hatchery students on a tour of a Conditioning Center in London where babies are produced in bottles and pre-sorted to determine which class level they will be born into. These class level range from Alpha-plus, the highest level, to Epsilon-minus, the lowest. There are no parents, and babies are conditioned from birth to learn certain...
  • John To The New World
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    Brave New World The novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is an excellent book. The story accurately depicts the variation between a fictitious 'utopia'; and our present world. His vivid descriptions of the events and rituals of the utopians make the story a very quick read. The story starts out with a group of students learning about the way each member of the population is produced. The DHC explains how each person is predestined for a certain class and job and throughout the fetal growth tim...
  • Chapter 7 Lenina And Bernard
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    Brave New World Notes / Comments Chapter 1 In this Chapter, tour of the Hatchery / Conditioning Centre. It is basically a hatchery for humans from egg, till they are ready to be adults. They produce humans, and shape them the way that they want them to be. -From a scientific view, this process is good. (decanting / conditioning ) it allows for a race of specialized humans to perform individualized tasks. Manipulating the genes allows for almost any combination of strengths, or weaknesses; whiche...
  • John To The Utopia
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    Brave New World Final 1.) The Savage Reservation is similar to the Utopia world in several ways. They both have drugs that are designed to calm people down. Soma, used in the Utopia and mescal used in the Reservation. They both also have a separation within their own society. The Utopia has social castes and the reservation has separation between the men and women, the men having more power. The two worlds also both have ceremonies. The Utopia has the orgy porgy ceremony in which everyone gather...
  • World State Society Since Bernard And Lenina
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    Analysis of Major Characters John - Although Bernard Marx is the primary character in Brave New World up until his visit with Lenina to the Reservation, after that point he fades into the background and John becomes the central protagonist. John first enters the story as he expresses an interest in participating in the Indian religious ritual from which Bernard and Lenina recoil. John's desire first marks him as an outsider among the Indians, since he is not allowed to participate in their ritua...
  • John's Lack Of Interest For The City
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    The book that I read was Brave New World. It was written by Aldous Huxley. Huxley was born in England on July 26, 1894. He came to the States in 1937. Throughout his writing career he wrote many types of things. His works included novels, poetry, and essays. Huxley had established himself as a prestigious writer by the time that he was thirty. He also received the Award of Merit for his novel Island., from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He died Nov. 22 1963. In California. I want to g...
  • Just Like John
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    Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, was a very odd book. It portrays many of the moral dilemmas that we now are approaching in our society. I really enjoyed the book, it had just enough science fiction content to keep the reader interested in the book. It also had a very interpretive content in it to mesmerize, and elude the reader. I related myself to, two of the characters. During the opening quarter of the book, I related Bernard Marx to me. I am much different from the average teenager, I am so...
  • Lonely Savage And Mustapha Mond
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    Social Outcast, Lonely, and Scholarly In the novel Brave New World, the three main characters each had their own unique qualities. Bernard was a social outcast, John was a lonely savage, and Mustapha Mond was a scholarly world controller. These three interesting qualities made the characters more fascinating and exciting. Throughout the book, Bernard Marx is displayed as an outcast of society. Bernard doesnt think and feel the same way a majority of the society does. In one scene, Fanny question...
  • Freedom Cost John His Life
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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was born to an English family. He was a brilliant social satirist. He wrote books about architecture, science, music, philosophy, history, and religion. This is a book of genetics in the future about 2535 A.D... It takes place in a utopian society where people are mass-produced, then conditioned to do predetermined work. There are no families or marriages. The theme is freedom and how people want it, they want poetry, danger, good and b...
  • Similar To The Feelings Of Bernard
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    Outcasts are those who have been excluded from a society or a system. Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World contains two sets of people within a somewhat utopist society. Ideally within a utopist society, everyone is alike and there are no differences. Huxley's utopist society has norms just like any other utopist society but the exception is that there outcasts. Specifically, Huxley has included the characters Bernard as well as John the Savage, and Linda as the outcasts within this society. Pe...
  • Helmholtz And John
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    It is not hard to believe that unusual people are found when everyone is trained to be the same in every part of life. Bernard, Helmholtz and John, the savages of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, are three odd characters. "Ninety-six identical twins working ninety-six identical machines!" (18) The director preaches with excitement, as he comments on how everyone is conditioned to like what they are and what they do; thus, creating a world where everyone is happy. But when something has gone wron...
  • John Savage And Bernard Marx
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    How does Huxley use his characters to explore the Brave New World? In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley has presented a world which appears as a Utopia in which most people are happy, and disease and death are prevented. However, upon scrutiny this world is a Dystopia that sacrifices freedom, art and religion to achieve its goals. In his novel, Huxley questions the World State through characters such as Lenina Crowne, John Savage, and Bernard Marx. Lenina has been developed by Huxley to be the quin...
  • Character Of Mustopha Mond
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    The character of Mustopha mond is unique; very much like the commander in 'The Handmaid's Tale' by Margaret Atwood. Despite being one of the ten world controllers, the epitome of the society he created, he is the exception to the rule. All the outsiders in Brave New World are aware that they are different and all of which act upon that feeling and are punished. However, Mustopha doesn't, in fact he is the one who punishes the Bernard, John and Helmholtz. The phrase 'it's lonely at the top " may ...
  • John And Linda Back To The Utopia
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    A Brave Story Imagine a society so different from our own that it is completely shocking. This is the setting for Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. The satire takes place in the year 632 A.F., after Ford who has become a deity for this society. Civilization as we know it ended after a very destructive war, which left the human population decimated and exhausted. After another war, a dictatorship took control of the remaining population. This new government was able to bring stability by setting u...
  • John And His Abominable Mother Linda
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    Author: Aldous Huxley was born in 1894, and died in 1963. He first went to Eton, and then to Oxford. He was a brilliant man, and became a succesful writer of short stories in the twenties and thirties. Besides short stories he also wrote essays and novels, like ' Brave New World'. The first novels he wrote were comments on the young generation, with no goal whatsoever, that lived after WW I. Before he became the writer as we know him, he worked as a journalist and a critic of drama. In his books...

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