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    It’s good news to the world as the launch of the new TV network called LoveWorld USA gets closer this summer. This network network has been pioneered by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, and pastor benny Hinn. Pastor Benny Hinn is a televangelist, and an author of popular books such as ‘Good Morning’. Chris Oyakhilome is a Nigerian teacher,minister, and author of the best devotional prayer book. This book has been distributed to over 200 countries. In addition, over one million copies have been sold…

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    Ban Brave New World The removal of Aldous Huxley’s book, Brave New World, from high school libraries is necessary. Brave New World is exposing high school students, who are not adults, to mature content. Although this content is relevant to the plot of the novel, it is too graphic and suggestive for high school students. The abuse of drugs and constant sexual content within the novel is not positive for high school students. These scenes can be interrupted differently than Huxley intends. In…

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    In the novel “Brave New World”, Aldous Huxley uses many different passages to reveal the symbolism of soma, the clothing & Henry T. Ford, and lastly the character of Bernard Max. Throughout the novel Huxley uses soma to symbolize control and conformity, and makes it clear that soma is a necessity to the society. It is used to keep people calm and acting in a calm, controlled way. If no one is angry, then there are no problems in the society, and so they give them soma to control their emotions,…

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    Discuss the arguments Huxley develops through the juxtaposition of the world state to our own. Juxtaposition: place two things side by side in order to compare Argument: opinion, point of view, perspective Brave new world depicts a unique, subtle different world in comparison to our world. Huxley gives a different perspective on the world that depicts toward the reader as he doesn't show the reader from a 3rd person perspective as he actually shows the world from the 2nd person perspective…

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    Notable Text Structure Features: Huxley's writing style makes him easy to read, his complex ideas make readers think.Huxley's witty, clear, nimble prose is very much an upper-class tradition. the author's point of view is the third person. Huxley chooses an omniscient, all-knowing narrator to explain his vision of a future world state, so the audience has the possibility to get an impression of all the different characters Huxley creates. You are able to be with different characters at…

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    Aside from his education, another major influence on Huxley’s life and writing was an eye disease contracted in his teenage years that left him almost blind. As a teenager Huxley had dreamed about becoming a doctor, but the degeneration of his eyesight prevented him from pursuing his chosen career. It also severely restricted the activities he could pursue. Because of his near blindness, he depended heavily on his first wife, Maria, to take care of him. Blindness and vision are motifs that…

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    Through the use of Beatty’s speech in the science fiction novel “Fahrenheit 451”, Ray Bradbury solidifies his initial emotions towards society, referring to it as a wretched species whose self-interest; specifically, the urge to fill every part of its emotional spectrum in order to feel fulfilled and happy comes to it at a great cost, that cost being the progression of the species as a whole and the information gained from the development we achieve. As Beatty tells Montag “What's the point of…

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    Comparison Essay on 2 B R 0 2 B and The Lottery By: Aashish Ramanlal Can a perfect society exist? This is the simple question curving the backbone of every dystopian story. 2 B R 0 2 B written by Kurt Vonnegut Jr and The Lottery written by Shirley Jackson are both short dystopian stories that explore different types of worlds and whether or not a utopia can exist. An outstanding theme in 2 B R 0 2 B is whether or not authoritarian government control is a good thing. A quote that portrays…

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    Is it correct to sacrifice people’s needs for the wellbeing of the society? In both Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World, and the article “Practice Babies” by NPR, society values their needs over the necessities of the individuals. In the novel, author Huxley shows through the dehumanising use of conditioning by the World State to override the individuality of citizens and to create their goal of consumerist society. In the article, writer NPR shows this through the inattention of universities…

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    There are three works that discussed the relation between individuals and society : Aldous Huxley ‘ Brave new world , Thomas Hobbes ‘ Leviathan and Jean- Jacques Rousseau ‘ The social contract . “ A world of genetically modified babies , boundless consumption , casual sex and drugs “ ( Atwood , Para.1 ) , Aldous Huxley’ Brave new world is a futuristic society where individuals are formed in test tubes , and conditioned ( listening to certain repeated phrases during sleep ) to obey the society…

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