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  • Mond And John
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    To gain further knowledge on the Excel theme of technology, I choose to read Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. In this novel Huxley explains what may happen if the human race tries to create a utopia based on technology. This book expanded my knowledge of how technology and the quest for a perfect society can mix, creating a vial and intolerable society. The plot line of the book is very simple, but at the same time it is also very effective. The story takes place in London at least 632 years int...
  • 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...
  • Life In Brave New World Change John
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    Brave New World Essay Test Q: How does life in Brave New World change John? A: Life in The Brave New World changes John in an unusual way. Being a child from the savage reservation, John was taught that morality, rather than conditioned by the Controller. John learned his rights and wrongs from his mother, and his own experiences. John knew a personal relationship was valued, and everyone loved one another. He learned that religion was a major part of his morals. Sex was something done with a ma...
  • Aldous Huxley
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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Aldous Huxley was born in Surrey, England on July 26, 1894. He belonged to a dis- British family, which included T.H. Huxley, an famous scientist and hu-man ist; and Julian Huxley, a philosopher of science. Aldous Huxley went to Balliol College, Oxford. He wanted to become a doctor, but an eye infection blinded him, and prevented him from finishing his studies. Huxley had to quit for some time because of his eye infection. He did exercises for his eyes, and with ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Their Place In The Fordian Society
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    Brave New World illustrates a world where everything that is morally right in our society, is wrong. Monogamy is sinful, massive orgies are not. Serious thinking is unnecessary because life has already been planned out. Hardships and stress can be solved with a few tablets of soma. This is the world which John Savage and others in the novel foolishly came to hate. All of the things that John Savage desires are the things that make our society unstable. Huxley uses John Savage to show the reader ...
  • 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...
  • John And The Reservation Huxley
    599 words
    John The Savage A curious mixture of the "old" world and the "new", John does not belong to either. He is not accepted by the Savages on the Reservation because he is "different", and he cannot and will not accept the life and values of the Other Place (London). Like Bernard, Helmholtz, and Linda, he doesn't belong - he is an alien, a misfit, a "mistake". John is the most important character in the book because he acts as a bridge between the two cultures, and having known both "ways of life" he...
  • 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...
  • Live In The Savage Reservations
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    Before one could start talking about the two alternatives that were presented to John, what he chose and the reason he chose it, one should first of all get to know who John was. Not only that, but we have also to get acquainted with the special circumstances in which he grew up. John was born in the savage reservations. His mother is Linda and his father is Thomas His name was To makin. (Huxley, 106), the director of hatchery and conditioning. From this small piece of information one should rea...

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