Brave New World By Aldous Huxley Essay

741 Words May 27th, 2016 3 Pages
When you compare two different culture 's there 's always differences. Its the same in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. In Brave New World there 's two different society 's with very different cultures, the civilized people and the savages. The people from the savage reservation are very different than the civilized people of the new world which highlights Huxley 's theme that happiness cannot be forced on people. The differences in relationships between the two society 's are major. The savages believe in marriage and being together forever with that person, while in civilization they believe that everyone belongs to everyone else and they can have anyone, that its bad to be with just one person. "Listen Lenina; in Malphais people people get married." "Get what?" The irritation had begun to creep back into her voice. What was he talking about now? "For always. They make a promise to live together for always." (Huxley 191). "I really do think you ought to be careful. It 's such horribly bad form to go on and on like this with one man...No, it really won 't do. And you know how strongly the D.H.C. objects to anything intense or long-drawn. Four months of Henry Foster, without having another man-why, he 'd be furious if he knew..." (Huxley 41). In civilization it 's bad form to be with only one person, even for a short amount of time, while the savages get married for forever, which shows how different the expectations they hold in relationships. This isn 't the only…

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