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    North Coast at a glance Area Info - North Coast The Dolphin Coast is an expanse of small towns, superb beaches and a panorama of waving sugar cane, stretching across the North Coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal from the affluence of Zimbali to the natural beauty of the Tugela mouth. It is home to many friendly faces, village atmosphere, modern malls and accommodation of all types – whether you feel like a family trip or a five-star getaway. The Dolphin Coast is aptly named due to the year-round presence…

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    Japan Holiday Essay

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    1.Introduction My rational of choosing Japan for a holiday is because I personally like their culture, savoury food and their beautiful scenery of the country. Japan is an island in the Pacific in which is divided by the east coast of Asia by the Sea of Japan. Japan consists of four main islands that are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku. Tokyo is one of a prefecture of Honshu and other largest cities that include Yokahama, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, Kyoto, Kawasaki, Saitama, Hiroshima and Sendai.…

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    Would you rather live in a world of constant, but artificial happiness or one that is constantly striving for improvement? Our society is inherently flawed, as a we as humans, but we continue to grow and improve. Aldous Huxley examined a world where some of these foundations were removed and thereby creating a Utopia in his novel, Brave New World. He did so by handing the all controlling government power over the people. Humans hatched from test tubes and genetically engineered to be of a…

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    There are multiple attributes about Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World that may rub people the wrong way. Generation after generation of humanity is bred in a laboratory, within test tubes. Everyone in this society is conditioned to live their lives and be happy about it. However, some of the attributes of this society might be desirable. Sexuality is a very free cultural idea, with no restraints. Everything in their lives is geared towards happiness. But the society portrayed in Brave New World is…

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    Brave New World Dystopian

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    Early on in The Brave New World the reader is informed of the three pillars that create the of the World State: “Community, Identity, and Stability.” The World State is set in a futuristic era after nuclear devastation. The Brave New World’s society is held together by manipulating the genes, family, and relationships of the community. Although it seems on the surface that the World State is an utopian society, a deeper analysis shows that the conformity and control of the people cause a…

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    Cha ching! That’s the sound of your pockets if you come to Mystery Island! Moving here is a great decision. Our climate is perfect due to the fact that it is never too hot or too cold. Because of this, the Island produces an abundant amount of natural resources. Learning is very important to people here at this island and the government has been based off a Monarchy. The weather is excellent at Mystery Island. Mystery Island’s climate is called tropical wet. That means that it’ll be very sunny…

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    how the Polynesians travelled across the entire pacific. The early Polynesians were intelligent explorers who settled in remote islands in the pacific. The Polynesians are descendants of the Lapita people who lived on the Solomon Islands in the western Pacific Ocean. The Lapita people settled in Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu. Most of the Polynesian islands are small and soon would have become overcrowded. This forced people to look for new places to live. In addition, the…

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    In the fiction novel "Brave New World", Aldous Huxley imagined a future utopia world, which contains different values and various advanced technologies. In this society, people hold the common views that human happiness and society 's stability are above everything else. Anything that against the common beliefs is considered as deviant. Out of the ordinary, John, the "Savage", was born through natural birth from a mother, which is one of the reasons that caused the alienation between him and the…

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    Think of this; as of right now, this second, the world can be destroyed in the push of a button. Can you believe that such a power is possessed by modern society? Throughout the world, science is turning from a helpful tool to a piercing two-handed sword that needs caution when held. In Brave New World, the author, Aldous Huxley, shows us a world that has been over-encumbered with science and technology. Eugenics techniques are used with reproduction of humans instead of natural birth and the…

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    Aldous Huxley’s Brave new world portrays that citizens of their society must be highly controlled and regulated for it to be a utopia. This is portrayed through identity, community and stability in the reservoir. The setting of Brave New World takes place in 2450 A.D referred as 623 year “After Ford” (Huxley 2). The view of identity describes how society must have the same moral in order to believe it can be a utopia. Identity is a key meaning of the World State’s Motto. “Community,…

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