Essay about Analysis Of The Book ' Brave New World ' By Aldous Huxley

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Literary Essay Rough Copy Everyone has a place to live, but not everyone has a right to be independent and have their own life. Name of the book is “Brave new world” by Aldous Huxley. It is the science fiction book that took place in the future. The novel is about technological experimentations where people are not born but technologically created and hatched. In that world there are not feeling and love, where people are made to think the same and that they are always happy. No matter what situation someone is in they have to think for themselves and have an individual life. The more conflicts and obstacles the character goes through, the more mature and confident character becomes. Conflict can create a larger conflict of humanity versus scientific technology, creating a struggle making individuals choose a path. Characters encounter a lot of difficulties that can lead choosing different paths that where it is almost between “life and death”. In the novel the more conflicts and obstacles the character goes through, the more mature and confident character becomes. As the story unfolds characters encounter more and more difficulties that they have to go through. Lenina thinks that Bernard is really odd and she thinks if she should go to the vacation with him and also we discover that Bernard is an Alpha-Plus psychologist and he has a permission to visit the Savage Reservation. When Bernard and Lenina had a conversation between them he said: “‘Even Epsilons are useful”! So…

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