Religion In Aldous Huxley's A Brave New World

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In A Brave New World, Aldous Huxley introduces readers to two contrasting places in order to make social commentary on the world he lived in and the world he predicted would come to be; these contrasting places make it possible for Huxley to convey the theme that religion is viewed in two different ways. One form the World State and one from the reservation. The Reservation actually believe in something, and their religion gives them peace and hope. They believe someone is there to help them and they feel so strongly for their religion. When John cleansed himself by drinking warm water and mustard to cleanse/purify himself, it was to get rid of all the bad sins. This shows what extreme measures they would take to please their God. They also

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